Erewash News

19/07/2021: Derby charity, Friends of The Baby Unit turns the modest age of 45 on 24 July.  The Friends of the Baby Unit also fondly known as FOBU is the charity linked to supporting the neonatal unit at Royal Derby Hospital. 
19/07/2021: Police officers in Erewash are appealing for witnesses after a man sadly died in a collision in Breaston.
19/07/2021: Safe and Sound, the Derbyshire based child exploitation charity, is supporting this summer’s NCS programme with a series of awareness raising sessions for young people.
Angelique Foster
16/07/2021: Derbyshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster has welcomed two reports published today, looking at the way in which the police and prosecutors work together to build trust and secure justice for victims of rape.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
16/07/2021: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has responded to the publication of Government guidance for businesses ahead of the stage four of the roadmap out of lockdown commencing on 19 July, 
16/07/2021: NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) has received the Employer Recognition Scheme Gold Award for outstanding support towards the Armed Forces community.
Rainbow 1
16/07/2021: trentbarton is bringing back its night bus services on Fridays and Saturdays to get customers home after their trips out to pubs, theatres and cinemas.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
16/07/2021: With the majority of lockdown restrictions being lifted from Monday 19th July, the Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has said that the change marks a hugely important milestone for businesses, who, he said, could finally look forward to a fully open and functioning economy after many have had their hands tied for the past 16 months.
14/07/2021: Derby College Group (DCG) recently hosted a Dragon’s Den style event for around 150 Business students to present their plans for a new product.
Stephen after transplant with LVAD
13/07/2021: A report out today from NHS Blood and Transplant shows that despite the strains that Covid-19 put on the NHS over the last year, 232 people in the East Midlands had their lives saved by an organ transplant.