Long Eaton News

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16/06/2021: DELTA VARIANT IN LONG EATON: The existence of the Delta variant of the coronavirus in the Long Eaton area continues to be an area of concern for local and regional health officials.  The variant is known to spread more easily than others that were previously common.
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16/06/2021: There is currently one community testing centre in Erewash for people who don’t have coronavirus symptoms. 
15/06/2021: Specialist Derbyshire charity Safe and Sound has expanded its weekly outreach programme into parts of Erewash in a bid to raise awareness of the support available to protect more young people from child exploitation.
Jennifer Berezai
12/06/2021: A local non-profit making organisation which helps tenants and landlords where there are issues with keeping pets in rented accommodation is in support of pet campaigners who have outlined plans for a new Bill to help tenants keep their animals.
Erewash MP Maggie Throup
08/06/2021: Long Eaton is amongst twenty-six towns in England to share over £610 million to boost their local economies, create jobs and help them build back better from the pandemic.
08/06/2021: The ambitious bid to secure funding to transform Long Eaton for future generations has paid off – with news that the bid for nearly £25m of government funding has been given the go-ahead.
Cllr Carol Hart
05/06/2021: An extra £50,000 is being allocated to groups in Derbyshire which are supporting local communities during the coronavirus pandemic with borough organisations amongst those to benefit.
Liam Hobbs and Osmaan Mahmood
05/06/2021: A Long Eaton company has been recognised as a leading light in the loft storage industry by a panel of business judges.
The Erewash Mayor for 2021-2022 - Cllr Donna Briggs
28/05/2021: The new Mayor of Erewash is Councillor Donna Briggs, who was formally elected to the role, for the 2021/22 civic year, at Erewash Borough Council’s annual meeting held on 27th May.
27/05/2021: At a meeting of Derbyshire County Council held on 26 May 2021, Councillor Kewal Singh Athwal was appointed as the Cabinet Member for Highways Assets and Transport.