Erewash News

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07/04/2021: Although there are signs that the impact of the pandemic might be easing, as the roadmap continues alongside the vaccination programme, a level of uncertainty has led to an annual memorial service and village gala being cancelled.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
06/04/2021: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber, which represents the interests of businesses in the three counties, has responded to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Easter Monday statement which said that “stage two” of the Government’s roadmap for lifting lockdown will commence on Monday 12 April.
Office of Rail and Road
06/04/2021: The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has led train and station operators to improve passenger information on websites, and to confirm operators are fulfilling commitments to achieve industry-recognised accessibility standards.
01/04/2021: Residents are being urged to have their say on the future of the borough now that the green light has been given for a second round of public consultation on Erewash Borough Council’s proposed sites for new housing over the next two decades.
How Treetops Hospice shops will look
31/03/2021: Risley-based Treetops Hospice have unveiled a new brand image for the beginning of the new financial year.
31/03/2021: Derbyshire’s specialist child exploitation charity, Safe and Sound, has launched a new far-reaching programme in response to the increased vulnerabilities amongst children and young people to wider exploitation.
31/03/2021: ACS, a fostering agency serving Nottinghamshire, is reaching out to individuals and families who are interested in becoming foster parents, by holding a virtual information session.
31/03/2021: Unite, Britain’s leading union, has opened a confidential whistle-blowing hotline for Amazon workers in the East Midlands.
30/03/2021: Residents are being reminded to check that people they pay to remove waste are legitimate or they could face court action and huge fines for fly-tipping.
30/03/2021: Erewash Borough Council has approved and launched a six-week public consultation on revised options for growth.