Erewash News

10/12/2018: Criminal gangs are posing as police officers and conning vulnerable people in Derbyshire out of thousands of pounds.
10/12/2018: Labour Parliamentary Candidate Catherine Atkinson commissioned local artist Rebecca Morledge to paint a picture to go on Christmas cards being delivered across Erewash.  Ms Morledge has donated the original picture to be auctioned off for charity. The painting is of a winter scene with the Ilkeston and Long Eaton libraries in the background.
08/12/2018: Ilkeston Scala Cinema Listings: screenings for 7 days from Friday 7th December 2018.
05/12/2018: Three local residents have paid the price for dropping litter on the street – with each finding themselves nearly £400 out of pocket after being prosecuted by Erewash Borough Council.
05/12/2018: Erewash Borough Council is once again offering 24-hour FREE parking in all its car parks, with the exception of Long Eaton and Ilkeston Railway Stations, for the busy festive season.
05/12/2018: Maggie Throup, Member of Parliament for Erewash was joined by members of ‘Friends of Victoria Park’ to plant five trees as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy project.
05/12/2018: Nearly 5,000 people have told Derbyshire County Council which services matter most to them as part of the authority’s annual budget consultation to help shape next year’s spending.
05/12/2018: Erewash Borough Council is calling on its residents to nominate someone they admire for their valuable voluntary work in the borough and who deserves a pat on the back for their tireless work for the community.
05/12/2018: The company that will take over the running of Erewash Borough Council’s leisure services has been confirmed as Parkwood Leisure Ltd.
05/12/2018: Long Eaton shoppers donated a generous 3042 kg (3.042 ton), of food to the local foodbank last week.  Last year over the same period the foodbank collected 2773.6 kg.

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