Erewash News

Cllr Kewal Singh Athwal
18/09/2019: The County Councillor for Sawley has taken to social media this week to detail his intent to tackle problems on roads around the area.
18/09/2019: The County Council Cabinet Member for Council Services, Councillor Angelique Foster has welcomed 11 young people who have just started a business administration apprenticeship with the authority.
18/09/2019: The charity will-writing campaign Will Aid is calling on solicitors in Derbyshire to join the effort to encourage more of us to prepare a will.
17/09/2019: Erewash Sound has been revealed as the 'Best Local Commercial Radio Station' in the East Midlands in the Midlands Enterprise Awards 2019.
L-R: Clare Smiley, Anjelica Dabbs, Jeannie Nicolas and Lucy Brierley
17/09/2019: A group of Erewash Sound presenters who dressed as superheroes to take on a fundraising assault course challenge have raised over £300 for a borough based hospice care service.
Pictured: L-R: Jeff Martin (Erewash Sound), Ellie Godber, Amelia Salmons, Joel Kilford and Paul Stacey (Erewash Sound)
17/09/2019: Three students have been awarded with a nationally recognised certificate in radio, following their successful completion of a new course with the Erewash Sound Academy.  The first intake of students undertook a twelve-session programme learning how to create a radio programme, in order to achieve their Level 2 certificate from national Awarding Organisation NCFE.
17/09/2019: Treetops Hospice Care has welcomed its 1000th visitor to its weekly drop in Wellbeing Café which opened its doors in January.
County vet John Rosie
15/09/2019: The founder of a county based vets practice, has responded to the divisive issue of cat poo in your garden by urging people to adopt a sensitive, low-impact way of managing the problem.
15/09/2019: A new report published recently rates Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust as outstanding overall, following an official inspection by independent regulators, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
13/09/2019: Community facilities across Derbyshire have shared almost £115k towards vital repair and restoration work under a scheme which pumps the ill-gotten gains of criminals back into crime prevention.

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