Little Eaton News

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07/05/2021: Updated: 0938 8th MayErewash Sound brings you a summary of the results from the relevant local elections as they come in.
Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Clean Growth and Regeneration Councillor Tony King (left) helping to plant Chaucer Junior School’s Sakura cherry blossom tree with pupils Grace (left) and Charlotte (right) and the school’s Community and Gard
17/03/2021: With spring just around the corner, Derbyshire is set to blossom this year with the arrival of 100 new Sakura cherry trees including a number in Erewash.
15/02/2021: Police officers are appealing for information after a serious collision between a car and a cyclist in Little Eaton.
Mid-Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham
29/09/2020: An MP representing part of the Erewash borough has told students to go against the Government if it instructs them that they cannot return home for Christmas.
11/09/2020: The county’s mobile library service is hitting the road again after it was halted due to coronavirus.
11/09/2020: A number of borough schools are set to benefits from building improvements thanks to a £1.9 million Derbyshire County Council funding initiative.
10/06/2020: Due to the continuing situation regarding social distancing and staying alert, Erewash Borough Council has taken the decision to cancel a series of brass band concerts that were scheduled for this month.
25/10/2019: The borough council’s community household waste collection service is returning following a successful trial in 2018/19.
05/02/2010: The Little Eaton Community Association are to hold a 'quiz & chips' night at the Church Hall in the village on Saturday 5th December. For tickets, which cost £9 each, call 01332 840628 or 834298.
05/02/2010: A DVD capturing the history of Little Eaton is now available for purchase from Gaskins Newsagents. 'Little Eaton - The Little Town by the Water' traces how development was encouraged by the local water source, with a watchful eye on early industry. Copies cost £9 each with all proceeds going towards cancer charities. The DVD has been produced by a small group of residents working under the banner of Woodside Studio Productions.

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