Erewash News

06/01/2021: Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service is once again calling on the communities of Derbyshire to consider fire safety during a third national lockdown, while also providing reassurance that work is continuing to support those same communities and reduce the risk of fire and other emergencies occurring. 
06/01/2021: The economic recovery has stalled in the East Midlands as tightening Covid-19 restrictions took their toll on businesses, according to new research.
06/01/2021: Erewash residents are being urged to get involved and give their views as the borough council shapes its budget for the next financial year, when it will again face having to make significant savings.
Matt on his first marathon around Derby
06/01/2021: Derby family man, Matt Ceiley, is running a marathon every month throughout 2021 in memory of his dad who received end-of-life nursing care from local hospice, Treetops.
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06/01/2021: Health professionals working in Derbyshire’s NHS have been spelling out the current challenges facing the NHS, the day after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement of a further period of national lockdown, as pressure on the service continues to mount.
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06/01/2021: A Derbyshire based IT company has expressed delight after it was selected to support part of the NHS with a software solution to help them roll out the newly approved coronavirus vaccines.
05/01/2021: With the New Year underway, Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service is asking you to make fire safety a priority by ensuring you have working smoke alarms fitted to the ceiling on every level of your home.
05/01/2021: Following the increased national restrictions announced on 4th January by the Prime Minister, the Government are providing further financial business support including new one-off lockdown grants worth £4.6 billion
05/01/2021: In the wake of the announcement of a third national lockdown for England, the Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber, which represents the interests of businesses in the three counties has issued a response.
05/01/2021: The British Liver Trust is calling for every person in the UK to consider their liver health and take a simple quiz to assess their risk during January after adults across the UK admit to making unhealthy lifestyle choices in 2020.