Erewash News

08/09/2022: The handover of the new Harrington Junior School building in Long Eaton has been completed. The school, which was rebuilt after it was destroyed by a fire in 2020, welcomed pupils back this week. 
08/09/2022: Residents’ parking schemes adjacent to Ilkeston town centre will be suspended and some roads closed next month when the 770th Ilkeston Charter Fair rolls into town. 
Andrew Cochrane
07/09/2022: A prominent member of Derby’s business community has been appointed Chair of Governors of Derby College Group (DCG).
06/09/2022: Officials at Ilkeston Town FC have confirmed that manager Martin Carruthers’ contract has been cancelled by mutual consent.
06/09/2022: Exciting plans for a Leisure Hub at West Park in Long Eaton look set to benefit residents and provide employment opportunities.
05/09/2022: A 12-week consultation has just opened to gain the views of residents and local councillors on Erewash Borough Council’s Members’ Code of Conduct.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
05/09/2022: In the wake of the appointment of Liz Truss as the new Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party in place of Boris Johnson, the Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has sent his congratulations but has also called for swift action to help the business community.
Maggie Throup MP
05/09/2022: East Midlands Railway has announced plans to reinstate its Matlock to Nottingham route which runs through Long Eaton railway station.
05/09/2022: Derbyshire’s specialist child exploitation charity, Safe and Sound, have supported more than 100 young people and families over the summer with a bespoke Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF).
Jeff Counsell of trentbarton
04/09/2022: Passengers using the Ilkeston Flyer bus service from trentbarton could see an increased number of people on board after the firm said it would stop running four loss-making routes which have been severely impacted by the pandemic and which have no prospect of attracting sufficient customers, with the Flyer service running through an area in which another has been cut.