Kirk Hallam News

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26/07/2021: If and when you need them, there are a few projects running in the Erewash borough which help provide basic food essentials.  To add to, or amend this list, contact us.
22/06/2021: Have you got a couple of hours to spare?  Kirk Hallam All Saints' Church needs volunteers to help mow the grass and keep their churchyard looking beautiful.
07/04/2021: If you are struggling to feed your family, the 'Every One Eats' Food Bank 2 Go could help you.  
07/04/2021: The Kirk Hallam Community Centre now has a 'Community Pantry' every Wednesday afternoon from 1:00pm to 4.30pm.
07/04/2021: Have you got a couple of hours to spare?
05/02/2010: Something going on in Kirk Hallam? Tell us about it so that we can tell the rest of Kirk Hallam and Erewash! E-mail your news to info(at) - just change the (at) for a '@' sign when you send the e-mail and we'll post your story on line here on our next and future weekly updates!
05/02/2010: A map showing how Kirk Hallam and Little Hallam have changed over the decades is being sold at venues around the borough. The old map demonstrates the changes over 70 years. Ilkeston and District Local History Society is behind the reprint of a 1938 Ordnance Survey map, which shows Kirk Hallam as a village with 300 residents, compared to 7,500 today - there is neither a post office or shop shown on the map. In Little Hallam, the Sanatorium was still in use and new homes had been provided to local colliery workers. To purchase a copy of the map for £1.50, visit Ilkeston Library, Erewash Museum in High Street, Ilkeston or Shipley Park Visitor Centre.