Kirk Hallam News

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24/01/2024: Ilkeston Safer Neighbourhood Team will be giving away free Selecta DNA kits on Sunday 28th January between 10am and 2pm for all residents who live in Ilkeston or Kirk Hallam.
19/01/2024: PCSOs Brown and Andrews will be on hand on Tuesday 30th January at the Kirk Hallam Community Centre cafe for local people to have a cuppa with a copper.  Both officers will be at the venue on Kenilworth Drive from 1pm for people to pop along, have a sit down and a chat over any issues of concern.
18/01/2024: Officers from the Ilkeston Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team will be on hand within the cafe at Morrisons Supermarket in Ilkeston on Sunday 28th January from 2pm for local people to have a cuppa with a copper, to pop along, say hello, have a sit down and a chat over any issues of concern.
05/12/2023: A campaign to boost the wellbeing of residents and get them fitter has made healthy progress this year, according to the Erewash council team behind the drive.
Lara Knifton, Apprenticeship Recruitment and Customer Service Manager
10/11/2023: Derby College Group outreach work to schools continues to grow and support a greater number of schools, with the Schools Liaison team and the Apprenticeship Recruitment team working with the majority of schools across Derbyshire, which includes Special Schools.
Ian and son in law Oliver
13/10/2023: A big-hearted dad is taking photos of street signs and posting them on the web – as he runs down all 644 roads in Ilkeston to raise money for cancer research.
10/10/2023: Police officers in Erewash are appealing for anyone with information about an assault in Kirk Hallam to contact them as part of an investigation.
06/06/2023: Tea, Laughter and Cake (TLC) is a friendly group open to everyone on Monday afternoons from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at the Kirk Hallam Community Centre on Kenilworth Drive. Kirk Hallam. Pop along for a chat and a giggle - as well as free cakes!
06/06/2023: Community Networks in Erewash are run in Cotmanhay, the Petersham area of Long Eaton, plus in Sawley, Sandiacre and Kirk Hallam. The networks hold regular meetings for groups, organisations and residents, and aim to improve health and wellbeing by welcoming new members interested in: Activities include those regarding running or starting a community group, sharing ideas for community activities, finding out about those community activities and offering support to their community. If you want to know more or become involved contact: Erewash Voluntary Action, Granville Avenue, Long Eaton for the attention of Becky Daykin (Connect Erewash Development Worker).  You can send e-mail to becky @ erewashcvs.org.uk Becky can also tell you more about Connect Erewash which is a project working to reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness for all ages.
17/04/2023: Maggie Throup, Member of Parliament for Erewash recently visited an energy efficient home project on Bunting Close, Kirk Hallam.

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