Erewash News

12/12/2018: Erewash residents are being asked for their views on a request from the Showmen’s Guild to extend Ilkeston Charter Fair by one day.
Angela Rippon CBE at the Dementia Friendly Awards 2018
12/12/2018: Work to make Derbyshire a better place for people with dementia was recognised at the National Dementia Friendly Awards recently.
Testing a smoke alarm
12/12/2018: As people across the country deck their halls for Christmas, Derbyshire Building Control Partnership (DCBP) is urging them to test their smoke alarms and ensure they are correctly positioned to avoid tragedy over the festive season.
11/12/2018: Working parents across Derbyshire are being encouraged to apply now for extra funded childcare for the January term.
Anthony Dealey
10/12/2018: Anthony Dealey has been sentenced to life with a minimum jail term of 13-and-a-half-years after a jury found him guilty of four charges relating to an attack on a woman during 2018. 
Gary Hardy
10/12/2018: Local police officers are appealing for information about Gary Hardy, 57, who was last seen in Long Eaton on Monday, December 3.
10/12/2018: The venue for the Council meeting being held on Thursday 13 December has been changed to Long Eaton Town Hall at the request of councillors.
10/12/2018: A campaigner against the HS2 project has issued details of a question he has tabled for a forthcoming Erewash Borough Council meeting.
Chad Fowkes
10/12/2018: A student at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy has launched a campaign to highlight the importance of knowing when to make a 999 call.
Joan McCarthy
10/12/2018: Teachers from two Catholic secondary schools in Derbyshire spent two weeks helping to improve education for children in South Africa.

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