Erewash News

19/03/2020: Coronavirus (COVID 19)This is a very challenging time for everyone and I want to reassure the public that while health, safety and well-being is our top priority, we are doing everything we can to deliver vital services to the communities we serve.
Department for Transport
19/03/2020: The Government and UK airlines are continuing to work closely together to ensure British passengers overseas are able to return home through commercial means in light of the impact on overseas travel.
19/03/2020: Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) is calling for people to take extra care as they begin to spend a prolonged period of time in their homes during the Covid-19 pandemic
18/03/2020: People across Erewash are being given reassurance in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak as the government sets out a £330 billion package of loans and guarantees to support businesses and a further £20 billion for business rates relief and grants.
18/03/2020: A Covid-19 Community Response Unit has been set up by Derbyshire County Council to bring agencies and volunteers across the county together and support residents and businesses as they tackle the infection and its effects.
18/03/2020: Catch22 has announced the launch of Derby and Derbyshire C.A.R.E.S – a service commissioned by Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa, and Derby and Derbyshire Local Authorities, to tackle child exploitation across the region
18/03/2020: Professionals working in Derby & Derbyshire gathered at the Midland Hotel in Derby last month at an event designed to showcase the help that is available in Derby & Derbyshire for those struggling to stay warm enough at home.
17/03/2020: A statement from Councillor Barry Lewis, Leader of Derbyshire County Council and Councillor Paul Smith, Leader of the Labour Group: 
17/03/2020: Following on from last year’s successful Balanceability project, Erewash Borough Council’s Sport and Health Development team are once again offering places for their very popular bike courses for kids.
16/03/2020: The Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire has called off all public meetings until further notice as the nation battles the Coronavirus.

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