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09/08/2023: Officers from the Long Eaton Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team have issued an appeal for help to find some items of jewellery which have been stolen from a home in Sandiacre.
01/08/2023: A Sandiacre man has been remanded in custody after being charged with 13 offences including assault and intentional strangulation.
All shapes and sizes - from left to right - Pete Wearn, Barbara James, Paul Wilcox, Pauline Wilcock and some of the restored bikes being sold for charity
01/08/2023: Local charity volunteer Pete Wearn has driven 10,000 miles to collect and deliver over 1,000 unwanted bikes – and helped raise £100,000 for charity in the process.
Stolen Range Rover recovered in Sandiacre - man arrested (Credit: Derbyshire Police)
28/07/2023: An arrest has been made after a call was received regarding an abandoned and suspicious vehicle in Sandiacre.
27/07/2023: A man has been charged in connection with a series of robberies at shops in Sandiacre, Long Eaton and, elsewhere, in Spondon, just inside the Derby City boundary.
24/07/2023: Owned and managed by Erewash Borough Council, this park can be found via postcode NG10 5LL. 
Seized moped in Sandiacre - credit - Derbyshire Police
15/07/2023: Police Community Support Officers on patrol in Sandiacre have taken action after a moped caught their attention in the village.
06/06/2023: The Sandiacre Lock Cottages are open for visitors on the third Sunday of each month and Bank Holidays until November 2023 from 10:30am to 3:30pm. There are also special openings on other dates across weekdays and Sundays for organised groups. For more details, please contact Glyn Stendon on 07809 251441 or by e-mail to glynstenson @ hotmail.com. Admission to the cottages is free - refreshments are available and dogs are welcome. Please note that, due to the historic nature of the cottages which were built in 1779, access for disabled people is limited and some parts are inaccessible to wheelchairs or to people unable to climb steep stairs. Donations towards the cost of opening the cottages are appreciated.
06/06/2023: Community Networks in Erewash are run in Cotmanhay, the Petersham area of Long Eaton, plus in Sawley, Sandiacre and Kirk Hallam. The networks hold regular meetings for groups, organisations and residents, and aim to improve health and wellbeing by welcoming new members interested in: Activities include those regarding running or starting a community group, sharing ideas for community activities, finding out about those community activities and offering support to their community. If you want to know more or become involved contact: Erewash Voluntary Action, Granville Avenue, Long Eaton for the attention of Becky Daykin (Connect Erewash Development Worker).  You can send e-mail to becky @ erewashcvs.org.uk Becky can also tell you more about Connect Erewash which is a project working to reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness for all ages.
06/06/2023: A regular series of walks is held across different parts of Erewash and you are welcome to go along for some light exercise and to see various parts of the borough.

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