Risley News

13/12/2018: The first week of the community household waste collection scheme in Erewash has been hailed a success - with residents dropping off items totalling nearly two and a half tonnes in weight.
Treetops Hospice - Risley
29/11/2018: Six teenage boys from the Long Eaton area have completed un-paid voluntary work at a Risley hospice after a bench at the centre was damaged with offensive graffiti.
 Photo: Councillor Garry Hickton, Lead Member for Environment, and neighbourhood warden Shane Barnes.
28/11/2018: A pilot waste collection scheme for people to dispose of small bulky items they no longer need will begin in Erewash on December 8.
15/11/2018: Derbyshire County Council is warning road users to take care on the borough's highways after a spate of thefts of metal grates from roadside gutters.
24/10/2018: An Ilkeston based garment print and embroidery firm has announced a special sponsorship deal with the very first Treetops Hospice Care Charity Football Club, in a bid to fulfill a young manager’s dream.
17/10/2018: All Police Safer Neighbourhood teams in Erewash are now on Facebook to keep residents informed of policing issues in the borough.
13/10/2018: Derby County mascot Ewie cheered on hundreds of primary pupils who took part in a girls’ football festival organised by Erewash School Sport Partnership.
08/10/2018: Two members of staff from Risley bsaed Treetops Hospice have staged a temporary coup on the Erewash Sound Breakfast Show to mark Hospice Care Week.
27/09/2018: More than £12,000 in grants is expected to get the go-ahead next week to help projects in two rural areas of Erewash.
20/12/2017: The memory of loved ones shone brightly at the Treetops Hospice Care Light Up a Life ceremony which was held on Sunday 3 December.

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