Erewash News

06/06/2019: Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet has approved a grant of £47,736 to aid drug and alcohol recovery support.
06/06/2019: A new law allows tenants in Erewash to take their landlord to court if their home is not fit to live in.
06/06/2019: Three men have been arrested on suspicion of shop theft after a CCTV operator contacted Police.
06/06/2019: With summer around the corner, Feeding Derbyshire (a local anti-poverty network) is Crowdfunding to provide activity clubs and meals for local children.
06/06/2019: Volunteer gardeners at Derby College Group’s Broomfield Hall have been awarded a silver medal at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chatsworth Flower show which is open to the public from Wednesday June 5 to Sunday June 9.
06/06/2019: The Labour candidate for the Erewash MP seat has spoken out over what she said were plans by Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group to reduce the number of beds at Ilkeston Hospital to around 16-18.
05/06/2019: Customers using borough, county and City libraries will need to have separate library cards from Monday 10 June.
05/06/2019: Visitors will have the chance to delve into the weird and wonderful world that is Steampunk when Erewash Museum hosts its first Steampunk Extravaganza on Saturday 15 June.
Freda Davidson, a resident at Ladywood Care Home in Kirk Hallam, visited Erewash Museum to showcase her artwork she created with local artist Dawn Turner as part of an Arts at the Heart project last year.
05/06/2019: A heart-warming project that works with older people in Erewash has ‘bagged’ a cash boost to help continue the programme over the next year.
05/06/2019: On Saturday the 15th June 2019 at 3.00pm, Derby Cathedral will hold the second of 20 services of remembrance, being held across the UK for families, couples and individuals affected by the loss of a baby, whether that be during pregnancy, at birth or in infancy.  The ‘Saying Goodbye’ services launched in 2012, and have since been held in six countries with 118 services being held to date.