Erewash News

Hospice delivers flowers to shielding patients
03/09/2020: John Mozley, 74, from Long Eaton, is amongst fifty terminally-ill patients who are receiving flowers this week as part of their ongoing weekly support from local charity Treetops Hospice Care.
03/09/2020: A detailed report into the flooding across large parts of Derbyshire in November 2019 including in Erewash, will be considered at a meeting on 10 September. 
03/09/2020: Proposals to carry out major repairs and refurbishment to a borough care home are set to be discussed next week.
Hospice nurses benefit from £4k donation
02/09/2020: Treetops Hospice Care has received a donation of £4000 to purchase laptops for their Hospice at Home nurses to support care provision and their wellbeing.
02/09/2020: Cleaning, caretaking and property design services have successfully been transferred from Derbyshire County Council to new joint venture companies. 
02/09/2020: A Government funding award of nearly £146,000 will ensure that work to tackle homelessness across Derbyshire and the Staffordshire Moorlands will continue until 31st March next year.
01/09/2020: Bus passengers in the East Midlands are getting a digital first with the launch of trentbarton’s mango app for smart phones.
01/09/2020: Safe and Sound, the Derbyshire based child exploitation charity, has supported this summer’s NCS programme with a series of awareness raising sessions on the issue for young people.
New temporary home for Harrington Junior School: (from left) Cabinet Member for Young People, Councillor Alex Dale with Harrington Junior School’s Headteacher, Rachael Wilmot (centre) and Erewash MP, Maggie Throup (right).
01/09/2020: Harrington Junior School will welcome pupils back to their new temporary home on Friday 4 September 2020.
01/09/2020: A regional voluntary sector leader has praised local people for helping eradicate a serious disease throughout Africa. 

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