Stanley News

Friends of Stanley Common
20/10/2021: A new 'friends' group has been formed in Stanley Common with a series of activities having already been planned.
21/09/2021: A village trust which plays an active part in its community including commemorating the lives of the crew of a bomber which crashed locally, has been declared as 'unviable' after it received notification by a bank that a free Community Banking Account would be closed and moved over to a chargeable 'Charity and non-profit' account.
13/08/2021: Derbyshire County Council contractors are resurfacing, and surface dressing parts of more than 325 roads, spending in the region of £10 million. During March and April 2021, highways workers and an external contractor were busy getting these roads ready to be resurfaced or surface dressed by filling in any potholes or fixing any defects.
26/07/2021: If and when you need them, there are a few projects running in the Erewash borough which help provide basic food essentials.  To add to, or amend this list, contact us.
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07/04/2021: Although there are signs that the impact of the pandemic might be easing, as the roadmap continues alongside the vaccination programme, a level of uncertainty has led to an annual memorial service and village gala being cancelled.
Mid-Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham
29/09/2020: An MP representing part of the Erewash borough has told students to go against the Government if it instructs them that they cannot return home for Christmas.
11/09/2020: The county’s mobile library service is hitting the road again after it was halted due to coronavirus.
10/06/2020: Due to the continuing situation regarding social distancing and staying alert, Erewash Borough Council has taken the decision to cancel a series of brass band concerts that were scheduled for this month.
12/05/2020: Following the announcement of the extension to the coronavirus lockdown until at least 1st July, the Stanley Village Hall Committee have announced that the 2020 Stanley Gala due on 4 July 2020 has been called off with plans postponed until 2021.
Stanley Common mum and business woman Sarah Banks
28/04/2020: A borough mum and businesswoman Sarah Banks understands the effects maternal mental health can have on women, which is why as we enter Maternal Mental Health Matters week on May 4th she is speaking out about her own experiences on this often taboo subject in the hope of encouraging more women to open up. 

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