Kirk Hallam News

7-year old Esme clocks up the miles for charity
30/09/2022: A 7-year old from Kirk Hallam who came into the world prematurely and spent two weeks in intensive care has completed a marathon well within the space of a month in aid of charity.
Jeff Counsell of trentbarton
04/09/2022: Passengers using the Ilkeston Flyer bus service from trentbarton could see an increased number of people on board after the firm said it would stop running four loss-making routes which have been severely impacted by the pandemic and which have no prospect of attracting sufficient customers, with the Flyer service running through an area in which another has been cut.
Jeff Counsell of trentbarton
25/08/2022: trentbarton is to make changes to its network and services to adapt to post-pandemic patterns of customer travel.
Oliver Betts
19/08/2022: A Level students at Derby College were joined on Thursday 18th August for the first time by students who have completed their T Level qualifications which were launched two years ago as the ‘gold standard’ of vocational and technical education.
20/06/2022: Free community household waste collections are avallable in Erewash from 25th June 2022 to 25th March 2023, with the latest round coming after previous success with residents. 
14/06/2022: The Gem Connection Ladies Harmony Chorus are back rehearsing indoors again.
17/03/2022: Signs warning of an outbreak of bird flu at an Erewash nature reserve have gone up across the area.
10/03/2022: Tea, Laughter and Cake (TLC) is a friendly group open to everyone on Monday afternoons from 1pm to 3pm at the Kirk Hallam Community Centre on Kenilworth Drive in Kirk Hallam.  Come along for a chat and a giggle - as well as free cakes!
10/03/2022: 'Let’s Sing' - the community singing group for everyone has started again at the Community Centre on Kenilworth Drive in Kirk Hallam from 10am to 12noon on Tuesdays - free for everyone, led by Chris Ebbern.  All are welcome.
10/01/2022: The Gem Connection Ladies Harmony Chorus are finally back to rehearsing indoors again.

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