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London visitors to Ilkeston hole in wall - credit - EBC
06/02/2024: Erewash Museum has won praise from a top travel writer for being packed with fascinating exhibits that charm visitors and make it a great place to check out.
Visit Peak District and Derbyshire logo
06/02/2024: Visit Peak District & Derbyshire has announced a new Strategic Partnership with a bus operator as part of its ongoing mission to encourage visitors to go ‘car-free’ when visiting the destination.
05/02/2024: An allotment holder in Long Eaton has accused the borough council of "daylight robbery" amid a wrangle over an increase in fees.
05/02/2024: New statistics by equine charity, The British Horse Society (BHS) have revealed that a total of 638 horse related incidents and one horse fatality were recorded on East Midlands roads during 2023.
Rachel Morris
05/02/2024: SV2, Derbyshire’s leading charity that supports anyone who has experienced sexual abuse, has gained official recognition for its work to support male victims and survivors – paving the way for the organisation to help more people across the county.
Department for Transport
05/02/2024: New measures to support electric vehicle drivers from the Government’s Plan for Drivers have launched, including grants for schools, cash for councils and new proposals to boost chargepoint numbers.
02/02/2024: Efforts to protect and prioritise nature were the subject of discussion at the first Derbyshire Local Nature Recovery Strategy Conference hosted by Derbyshire County Council at County Hall in Matlock on Monday 29th January.
02/02/2024: Angelique Foster, Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner, has called local and national partners together to agree a new action plan to prevent and reduce rural crime in Derbyshire.
01/02/2024: Ilkeston can claim to be the home to European champions after recent successes for a locally based martial arts team.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
01/02/2024: East Midlands Chamber hopes interest rate cuts could be coming this spring or summer after the Bank of England decided to maintain UK rates at 5.25% as part of its ongoing commitment to curb inflation.