Ilkeston News

David Stacey - owner of Stacey's Bakery
23/12/2019: Baking is heading back to Ilkeston’s Bath Street - after an absence of 40 years.
Some of the students involved in the public art project: Tristan Taylor, Gemma Peach, Oelda Cekaj, Emma Kesewaa and Yoana Boynova
09/12/2019: Art and Design students at Derby College Group (DCG) have created a striking obelisk which stands proudly near the entrance of Ilkeston Community College.
29/11/2019: An Ilkeston businesswoman says having dyslexia has not stopped her in achieving her dream of opening her second store.
17/11/2019: A new book about the town’s love affair with the bicycle at the end of the nineteenth century will be launched on Saturday 23rd November when the Ilkeston & District Local History Society have their annual stall in the Market Place.
13/11/2019: Erewash passengers will be able to clock exactly when their bus will arrive after the completion of a project to install electronic bus stop information signs.
16/07/2019: Ilkeston’s historic Charter Fair will remain a three-day event after Erewash borough councillors rejected a request from The Showmen’s Guild to extend it by a day.
07/02/2018: The 21st Ilkeston Scout Group and are based at the Kirk-Hallam Community Hall.   Three sections are run by the Group: Beavers: Ages 6 to 8 – Thursday 6:00 until 7:00 Cubs: Ages 8 to 10.5 – Monday 6:15 until 7:45 Scouts: Ages 10.5 to 14 – Thursday 7:30 until 9:30
29/01/2018: The Long Eaton & District Talking Newspaper for the Blind & Partially was founded in 1978 (40 years ago) and is a registered charity.
11/03/2017: The 'Men's Shed' initiative runs from 10:30am to 12:30pm fortnightly at the Ilkeston office of Derventio Housing, The Orchard Works, 1 Grenville Road, Ilkeston. DE7 8HT.
09/09/2014: The first wedding ceremony has taken place at Ilkeston Town Hall, the new 'home' of Ilkeston Register Office.

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