Erewash News

Mayor of Erewash - Councillor Beardsley
28/04/2020: The Mayor of Erewash, Councillor Sue Beardsley, will serve an extended term in the role until May 2021 due to the continuing challenges and uncertainty over the coronavirus lockdown.
Joined Up Care Derbyshire
28/04/2020: Derbyshire residents can get the latest NHS Covid-19 information while staying safe at home with the launch of a new online hub.
27/04/2020: Derby College Group (DCG) is forging ahead with adapting work spaces for the first students who will join the new T Level programmes this September.
24/04/2020: A Derby restaurant will be delivering free hot meals to key workers at a local hospice as they continue to provide an invaluable service during the coronavirus pandemic.
24/04/2020: County councillors have been given extra funding so they can help local groups in their area.
Department for Transport
24/04/2020: Vital routes for supplies and people have been protected today through a coronavirus support package to keep the flow of goods and services running smoothly in and out of the UK, and around the country, throughout the pandemic
24/04/2020: UK Finance, the trade body representing more than 250 financial services firms across the UK has announced that more than £2.8bn of funding had been lent to businesses under the Government’s Cornonavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme. 
24/04/2020: Over 1,000 residents have now taken up Erewash Borough Council’s offer of support with their Council Tax payments due to the challenges being faced during the coronavirus lockdown.
24/04/2020: The roll-out of the support grants to help businesses in Erewash continues with just over £10m in total now paid to 836 ratepayers in the borough hit by the financial impact of the coronavirus.
24/04/2020: Erewash Borough Council has released funds through its Community Grants Scheme to help local voluntary groups and organisations during these difficult times.

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