Long Eaton News

15/12/2018: The next meetings of the Erewash Time Swap initiative will be held this week (commencing 17th December)
13/12/2018: The Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has collectively expressed extreme concerned about the extent of damage that it says HS2 will have on large swathes of Derbyshire and our wildlife.
12/12/2018: Two Long Eaton dog owners have been handed hefty court bills after being prosecuted for failing to update the microchip details of their pets – the first prosecutions of this type in Erewash.
12/12/2018: Victoria & Abdul (12) is to be screened as the next Dementia friendly screening in the Erewash borough.
Gary Hardy
10/12/2018: Local police officers are appealing for information about Gary Hardy, 57, who was last seen in Long Eaton on Monday, December 3.
10/12/2018: The venue for the Council meeting being held on Thursday 13 December has been changed to Long Eaton Town Hall at the request of councillors.
10/12/2018: A campaigner against the HS2 project has issued details of a question he has tabled for a forthcoming Erewash Borough Council meeting.
05/12/2018: Three local residents have paid the price for dropping litter on the street – with each finding themselves nearly £400 out of pocket after being prosecuted by Erewash Borough Council.
05/12/2018: The company that will take over the running of Erewash Borough Council’s leisure services has been confirmed as Parkwood Leisure Ltd.
05/12/2018: Long Eaton shoppers donated a generous 3042 kg (3.042 ton), of food to the local foodbank last week.  Last year over the same period the foodbank collected 2773.6 kg.

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