Sandiacre News

23/03/2018: Eight flats and four houses for affordable rent have been completed at Bridge Street in Sandiacre.
19/03/2018: Pupils of all ages showed off their moves at a Dance Festival organised by Erewash School Sport Partnership.
29/01/2018: The Long Eaton & District Talking Newspaper for the Blind & Partially was founded in 1978 (40 years ago) and is a registered charity.
15/01/2018: A popular local Male Voice Choir is appealing for new members as the build up continues to their centenary year in 2020.
22/06/2014: The Sandiacre Male Voice Choir is 94 years old in 2014, having been founded in 1920.
24/04/2010: Sandiacre Lock Cottages are open one Sunday a month, staffed by volunteers of the Erewash Canal Preservation & Development Association (ECP&DA).
06/02/2010: Please find listed below the Safer Neighbourhood team meeting dates for Sandiacre during June. Meetings can be defined as: Street briefings are short, open-air briefings about local crime figures and community initiatives. Police surgeries are drop-in sessions allowing residents to meet their local officers, ask questions about neighbourhood policing or share any concerns they may have. Neighbourhood Panel meetings allow the public to raise and discuss any issues or problems within the area. The local policing priorities for the next three months will also be set during this consultation.
06/02/2010: The Sandiacre Walking For Health group meets every Friday outside Doncaster Avenue's Library at 10:15am. The group takes short walks over flat terrain, which last for up to an hour. For more information, contact Groundwork Derby & Derbyshire (formerly known as Groundwork Erewash Valley) on 0115 949 0235.
06/02/2010: The Long Eaton & District Branch of the Parkinsons Disease Society meets between 2:00pm and 4:00pm twice every month with a branch meeting held on the last Thursday and a less formal 'social' meeting on the second Thursday. Meetings of this branch of the registered charity take place at the Sandiacre & District Conservative Club, Moorfield Crescent, Sandiacre, this being a cul-de-sac off Woodside Road. A large car park is available, and transport can be provided if required by calling Frank Kirk on 0115 973 3579, allowing four days to arrange. The Branch offers companionship, comfort and support to those with Parkinsons and their carers.

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