Erewash News

Barbara Buxton
22/07/2021: An elderly widow from Derby who found herself isolated when the UK went into lockdown has thanked an Erewash-based charity for its support – which includes a weekly virtual café and exercise classes.
Maggie at the Commons Despatch Box
21/07/2021: Erewash MP Maggie Throup has responded to her first debate as a Government Minister on the subject of reopening the Stoke-Leek railway line.
21/07/2021: Libraries across Erewash and the county are taking a phased approach to reintroducing all their services following the lifting of Government Covid-19 restrictions.
Angelique Foster
21/07/2021: Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster has unveiled details of a new £100k grant scheme designed to enable voluntary and community groups to tackle antisocial behaviour.
Students on work experience
21/07/2021: A wide range of Construction skills students at Derby College Group (DCG) in both Ilkeston and Derby have gained industry-accredited training to boost their chances of securing a job in the industry, thanks to a partnership initiative with a timber and building supplies company.
Liam, seen running for charity in New York in 2014
20/07/2021: A Long Eaton business has pledged support for The Brain Tumour Charity which is the world’s largest charity dedicated to funding global research into the disease.
Department for Transport
20/07/2021: A package of measures to help tackle the HGV driver shortage has been announced by the Government.
19/07/2021: Local people are being invited to have their say on plans to improve bus services in Derbyshire.
19/07/2021: NHS Derby and Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group has published its 2020/21 Annual Report and Accounts.
19/07/2021: Rural Action Derbyshire (RAD) is in the running to be named one of the best rural charities in the UK after being shortlisted for two national awards.