Erewash News

Jennifer Berezai
26/05/2020: After the letting property market began to open back up, local cat owners seeking suitable rental accommodation will be relieved to learn that a local free advice service has resumed.
26/05/2020: Communities and businesses across the East Midlands have benefited from £2.1 billion in government funding since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, helping to support some of the most vulnerable people, alongside the sectors that have been hardest hit.
Department for Transport
26/05/2020: Communities in the Midlands will benefit from more than £43 million in funding to increase light rail services, regenerate local economies and make roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced recently.
26/05/2020: International law firm PGMBM have issued a class action claim in the High Court of London on behalf of easyJet customers impacted by a significant data breach – with a potential liability of £18billion, or £2,000 per impacted customer.
Department for Transport
24/05/2020: Further funding to protect and increase transport services, level up infrastructure and regenerate local economies after coronavirus has been announced by the Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.
24/05/2020: Statement from Councillor Alex Dale, Cabinet Member for Young people at Derbyshire County Council:
22/05/2020: An appeal has been issued to key workers in Erewash to get involved in an Arts Council funded project.
22/05/2020: Derbyshire County Council is to surface dress 16 miles of roads starting on 1 June and will take around eight weeks to complete.
22/05/2020: St Paul’s Cathedral is launching Remember Me, an online book of remembrance for all those in the UK who have died as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. People of all faiths, beliefs or none are invited to contribute to Remember Me.
Erewash Borough Council Neighbourhood Warden Olivia preparing to unload food boxes and deliver them to local residents.
21/05/2020: A total of 150 food parcels have now been delivered to some of Erewash’s most vulnerable people during the coronavirus lockdown.