Long Eaton News

24-hour paddle for MIND
07/04/2021: A group of budding, but sleep deprived fundraisers have taken to a stretch of Nottingham waterway to raise funds for charity.
Office of Rail and Road
06/04/2021: The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has led train and station operators to improve passenger information on websites, and to confirm operators are fulfilling commitments to achieve industry-recognised accessibility standards.
Message in a bottle from a Long Eatonian to Norway
29/03/2021: A message in a bottle has washed up on a stretch of shoreline in Scandinavia having been flung into the sea last year by a young Erewash resident.
29/03/2021: Two push bikes have been quickly returned to their owners after being stolen from a borough park.
25/03/2021: Santander has announced that its Long Eaton High Street branch is to close on 5th August 2021 - part of plans to close a total of 111 branches nationwide starting from June 24th and with all of those 111 having closed by the end of August 2021.
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.
New gates at West Park
12/03/2021: The skate park at West Park in Long Eaton has been given a makeover, with new fencing being installed just in time for spring.
12/03/2021: Figures released by Derbyshire County Council show that almost 600 cases of coronavirus have been found through the community testing centres since the first centre opened in December.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
03/03/2021: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has given his thoughts in the wake of the Budget announced by the Chancellor Rishi Sunak on 3rd March.
Jennifer Berezai
02/03/2021: Many lettings agents include a “no pets” clause in their rental agreement, which means that pet owners can struggle to find a home where they can live with their animal.