Stanley News

23/05/2019: The glorious sounds of brass band music will return this summer when Erewash Borough Council presents its hugely popular Bold as Brass series of free concerts
04/04/2019: April marks the start of Stress Awareness month and with nearly 600,000 workers in 2017/18 reporting that they were suffering from work related stress, depression or anxiety the need for help has never been greater.  With that in mind, a borough woman, Sarah Banks is hoping to help alleviate some of the stress that workers can feel. 
30/03/2019: A dance festival organised by Erewash School Sport Partnership saw hundreds of pupils from across the borough show off their moves.
01/08/2018: A group of scouts raised thousands of pounds for charity after taking part in a gruelling pentathlon challenge.
21/06/2018: The hockey and football World Cup tournaments were the subject of a workshop for Erewash School Sport Partnership’s young ambassadors.
07/05/2018: A group of scouts are taking on a gruelling challenge to raise money for charity.
19/03/2018: Pupils of all ages showed off their moves at a Dance Festival organised by Erewash School Sport Partnership.
06/02/2010: Delighted allotment holders at Stanley now have a new on-site 'HQ' for their meetings, thanks to a bumper £690 grant from Erewash Borough Council's Voluntary and Community Fund. Stanley Gardeners Association successfully applied for the money to fund the much-needed shed - and had the cashpot boosted by a further £200 thanks to a grant from Councillor Carol Hart, the Council's deputy leader and Lead Member for Community Services.
06/02/2010: The 10th Ilkeston Scouts are on the look out for new leaders. The troupe meets once a week at The Bartram Centre in Stanley Common, firstly with Beavers from 6:30pm to 7:30pm on Mondays. Cubs meet on Thursdays from 6:30pm to 8:00pm and Scouts meet on the Mondays from 6:30pm to 7:30pm and on Fridays from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. You don't need to be experienced to lead, so if you're interested in taking on a new challenge, contact Georgina Halford on 0115 932 2423 for further information.