Erewash News

Joined Up Care Derbyshire
22/11/2021: A new phase has begun in the Covid-19 vaccination programme, as people aged 40-49 become eligible for their booster dose and 16-17-year-olds can get their second dose.
19/11/2021: A specialist welding and engineering company based in Ilkeston is enjoying a record year with a number of high-value orders.
Amanda and Kym outside the main entrance to Toll Bar House
19/11/2021: The first tenants have taken up offices in a state-of-the-art business centre at a landmark building in Ilkeston that was transformed at a cost of almost £1m.
Angelique Foster
19/11/2021: Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster has outlined her commitment to helping make the county’s roads safer, announcing new plans to increase investment in community projects that reduce harm.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
19/11/2021: Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s target of £126,000 to secure the land has been met within just 8 weeks of the appeal going live – all thanks to the overwhelming generosity and support of members, supporters and the public.
Bonsall Street, Long Eaton where 77 properties are "safeguarded"
19/11/2021: The Stop HS2 campaign group has suggested that the eastern leg of the controversial rail route has NOT been scrapped, instead merely put on hold and that Long Eaton residents have been betrayed.
19/11/2021: A provider of in talking therapies has partnered with a health tech organisation to develop an artificial intelligence referral tool that will provide easier access to their service for users and free up over 7,300 hours per year for their therapists.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
18/11/2021: Officials from Derbyshire Wildlife Trust have welcomed the Government decision to scrap Phase 2b of the controversial HS2 rail project.
18/11/2021: People will be asked their views on the future of accommodation for older people in a number of Derbyshire County Council’s residential care homes including two in Erewash.
18/11/2021: Erewash Borough Council will again be providing a festive gift to local residents through its Christmas free parking scheme in all of its car parks every day from Saturday 18th December to Monday 3rd January.  The free parking will start at 10am daily and is aimed at encouraging residents to do their seasonal shopping at local shops and markets. 

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