Erewash News

12/02/2019: Three rural community groups in Erewash look set to benefit from over £12,000 in grants from the final round of the Rural Community Grant Fund Scheme.
12/02/2019: An exciting new expanded play area at Shipley View in Ilkeston looks to be given the go-ahead and should be in place by early summer 2019.
12/02/2019: Erewash Borough Council’s joint building control service looks set to expand further – by taking on the responsibilities for Mansfield District Council.
09/02/2019: Maggie Throup, Member of Parliament for Erewash, has given her unwavering support for the Animal Welfare Bill, more commonly known as Finn’s Law, as it continues to progress through Parliament.
09/02/2019: Community nurses from Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust have achieved big improvements for hundreds of patients with leg ulcers, through a programme called Time to Heal.
09/02/2019: Residents are being warned about a scam that appears to offer a number of council tax services in order to obtain payments details.
09/02/2019: Two new training resources, to support East Midlands care homes in identifying risks of falls, have been launched by Nottinghamshire Healthcare at an LPZ Awards and learning event in Nottingham to over 150 care homes and NHS provider staff. 
09/02/2019: East Midlands’ leaders have met with the National Infrastructure Commission to discuss future transport network, housing, flood defence and other major structural needs of the region.
09/02/2019: Fixing more potholes, resurfacing country lanes, rebuilding retaining walls and work to fix drains are all on the list for Derbyshire County Council this winter as it spends an extra £8.4m Government cash.
09/02/2019: [1] Survey of 1,000 mothers of young children, conducted by Kantar on behalf of Public Health England in December 2018 Public Health England (PHE) has launched its first ever Start4Life campaign to help parents in the East Midlands introduce their baby to solid foods.

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