Erewash News

16/04/2019: Erewash MP Maggie Throup is calling for nominees to enter the official NHS awards in recognition of staff who go above and beyond the call of duty.
16/04/2019: Hoe, hoe,’s time for Erewash residents to polish their gardening skills as this month sees the launch of the ever-popular Erewash in Bloom competition.
15/04/2019: The Canals & Rivers Trust has built a further six anglers’ fishing platforms on the Erewash Canal.
15/04/2019: Youth workers and community safety volunteers became the toast of Derbyshire during a special celebration event marking the release of more than £226,000 of crime prevention funding.
15/04/2019: A successful prosecution by Erewash Borough Council saw a Long Eaton man fined more than £1,000 after his waste was found fly-tipped in the town.
15/04/2019: Derbyshire County Council has approved funding for the development of a new service aimed at helping homeless people with a range of different issues.
15/04/2019: Derbyshire County Council is set to spend £100 million over the next five years improving the county’s roads.
Some of the Broomfield Hall volunteers with Head Gardener Samantha Harvey (front centre) alongside (front, from left)  Kathy Flint, Claire Harrison, Steve O’Gorman and Julie Walker.
15/04/2019: A group of 40 garden volunteers are returning to RHS Chatsworth Flower Show in June to promote the physical and mental benefits of volunteering their time to restore and maintain the historic gardens at Derby College Group’s Broomfield Hall land-based and leisure college.
12/04/2019: In the wake of the EU vote to grant Britain a further six month extension to Article 50, the body representing business interests across the East Midlands has called for the Government to avoid squandering the opportunity.
11/04/2019: Officers from the Long Eaton Safer Neighbourhood Policing team have released CCTV footage of a theft of a bike and are asking for help from the public in identifying the suspect.