Erewash News

07/09/2020: All borough libraries will be open again and operating their normal opening hours by the end of the month.
07/09/2020: More than 39,000 meals were claimed in Erewash under the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, according to the latest statistics. 
04/09/2020: Over £800,000 is being allocated to help support people in Derbyshire who are struggling to afford essentials during the coronavirus pandemic.
04/09/2020: Proposals by Erewash Borough Council to tackle anti-social drinking in the borough are expected to be supported by Council Executive (8 September) with a recommendation to Full Council for approval.
04/09/2020: Derbyshire County Council is highlighting a raft of new support services aiming to help reduce the number of suicides in Derbyshire
04/09/2020: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber, which represents to interests of businesses in the three counties, has spoken in the wake of the announcement that construction work has begun for HS2 Phase 1.
The socially distanced Mayors and consorts of Erewash and the Amber Valley - Left to right Mayor of Erewash Councillor Sue Beardsley, John Beardsley (consort), Mayoress Angela Walker and Mayor of Amber Valley Councillor John Walker.
04/09/2020: Organisers of the annual Autumn Footprints Walking Festival have confirmed that the COVID-19 pandemic has put a stop to the usual event scheduled to run from 12th to 27th September.
The abseil group
04/09/2020: Local specialist charity Safe and Sound’s commitment to supporting the employability of University of Derby students has been officially recognised with two prestigious awards.
03/09/2020: Health care organisations want to hear from people across the county to share information and views about how services have been delivered during the pandemic. 
03/09/2020: A report outlining a £35m investment programme to make Elvaston Castle Country Park a sustainable visitor attraction with more visitors and increased income is set to be considered by Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet next week (Thursday 10 September).

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