Long Eaton News

13/02/2020: Work to unlock substantial funding for major projects to boost Long Eaton’s regeneration drive is now underway.
Erewash MP Maggie Throup
12/02/2020: Following the Government’s decision to proceed with the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail project, Maggie Throup MP, Member of Parliament for Erewash has released the following statement:
12/02/2020: Reacting to the news that Government will accept the findings of the independent Oakervee Report and proceed with HS2 – albeit with a caveat – Scott Knowles, Chief Executive at East Midlands Chamber, said:
11/02/2020: The 25 fixed market stalls off Long Eaton’s High Street look set to be taken down and the area made secure until proposals are made for the longer term use of the site.
Margaret Futer
11/02/2020: A legacy of £40,000 has been left to local charity Treetops Hospice Care to provide end of life nursing care for patients at home.
Councillor Michael Powell, Lead Member for Regeneration and Planning, at the new electric vehicle charging bay in the Gibb Street car park in Long Eaton.
08/02/2020: Electric vehicle charging points have now been installed in three Erewash Borough Council car parks.
03/02/2020: Reacting to a leaked Network Rail letter to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, which suggests scrapping HS2 in favour of other alternatives would lead to “three decades of travel chaos”, Scott Knowles, Chief Executive at East Midlands Chamber* said:
02/02/2020: It appears that the walls most definitely aren’t closing in on the popularity of open plan living.
The Canaan Trust Igluu
29/01/2020: The Rotary Club of Long Eaton Dawnbreakers have funded the purchase of three additional shelters to provide much needed temporary protection for the local homeless.
Mr Arthur Hall opened his first salon in Long Eaton in 1920
25/01/2020: A hairdressing company which started in Long Eaton in 1920 is celebrating one hundred years of history.

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