Erewash News

04/04/2019: Erewash Sound is once again pleased to present the latest round up of news from the Ockbrook Redhill branch of the Wi. Susan Maclaine reports.
04/04/2019: Erewash residents are being reminded that they do not need any photo I.D in order to vote in next month’s borough elections.
04/04/2019: There will be 116 candidates standing in next month’s Erewash Borough Council elections, which take place on Thursday 2 May.
04/04/2019: More than 100 Derbyshire businesses have been awarded grants totalling £675,700 to help them become more energy efficient and save money.
04/04/2019: Borough residents had the chance to take a look behind the scenes at Erewash Sound on Saturday 6th April 2019. when the radio station held a charity coffee morning.
04/04/2019: A Protected Services student based at Derby College Group’s Broomfield Hall Land-based and Leisure college in Morley has completed his study programme ahead of time and clinched a place in the Army’s Royal Logistics Corps.
04/04/2019: Roads, pavements, bridges and retaining walls across Derbyshire have been repaired this winter thanks to extra Government funding of £8.4m.
04/04/2019: April marks the start of Stress Awareness month and with nearly 600,000 workers in 2017/18 reporting that they were suffering from work related stress, depression or anxiety the need for help has never been greater.  With that in mind, a borough woman, Sarah Banks is hoping to help alleviate some of the stress that workers can feel. 
02/04/2019: Students at Saint John Houghton Catholic Voluntary Academy are to forge links with the Royal British Legion after meeting two of the organisation’s members.
02/04/2019: Brexit doubt is stifling business, the results of the latest survey by award-winning East Midlands Chamber have confirmed.

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