Erewash News

Erewash Borough Council Neighbourhood Warden Olivia preparing to unload food boxes and deliver them to local residents.
12/05/2020: Food parcels for some of the most vulnerable people in Erewash continue to be delivered on a weekly basis to help them through the coronavirus lockdown.
12/05/2020: Work on a major Erewash road is to re-start at the beginning of June 2020.
12/05/2020: New guidance published on 11th May provides advice on how passengers should make journeys safely, following the publication of the Government’s roadmap and strategy for the next phase of the pandemic.  It urges people to consider cycling, walking or driving to help ensure there is enough capacity for those who need to travel on public transport to do so safely.  Details can be seen on our website. Facemasks are mandatory on public transport from 15th May.
Department for Transport
12/05/2020: New guidance published today provides advice on how passengers should make journeys safely, following the publication of the Government’s roadmap and strategy for the next phase of the pandemic. It urges people to consider cycling, walking or driving to help ensure there is enough capacity for those who need to travel on public transport to do so safely.
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.
12/05/2020: Derbyshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Hardyal Dhindsa, has blasted the Government’s latest plans to ease society out of lockdown. 
Jeff Counsell of trentbarton
12/05/2020: trentbarton is ready to welcome more customers to its services as some workers leave lockdown to return to their workplaces from this week.
11/05/2020: Foster carers are needed to look after vulnerable children now more than ever and a national campaign is helping Derbyshire County Council shine a light on the need to find loving homes for the children in its care.
Louise, left, with Safe and Sound CEO Tracy Harrison
11/05/2020: The chief executive and a young ambassador of Derby-based charity Safe and Sound have both gained national recognition for their work to tackle and raise awareness of child exploitation.
11/05/2020: A Long Eaton-based firm has declared its pride in signing a new corporate partnership agreement with NHS Charities Together.

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