Erewash News

16/07/2019: Ilkeston’s historic Charter Fair will remain a three-day event after Erewash borough councillors rejected a request from The Showmen’s Guild to extend it by a day.
16/07/2019: Erewash Borough Council has retained its Green Flag awards at four popular leisure sites in the borough, it has been confirmed, making them among the best in the country.
16/07/2019: Improved rail services and fairer infrastructure investment in the East Midlands will drive growth, East Midlands Chamber* Director of Policy Chris Hobson told a Business Energy and Industrial Strategy committee at Westminster on the morning of 16th July.
16/07/2019: The number of people in work in the East Midlands continues to rise, according to figures released recently.
16/07/2019: More than 1,000 motorists were stopped during a campaign funded by Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa to address concerns over speeding.
Long Eaton Town Hall
16/07/2019: Residents are being asked for their views on new landscaping designs for the grounds at the front of Long Eaton Town Hall.
13/07/2019: A leading housing association which manages thousands of homes across the East Midlands is celebrating after once again being named in the top 50 social landlords.
13/07/2019: Maggie Throup MP supported a campaign to tackle discrimination against guide dog owners at an event in Parliament organised by the charity Guide Dogs.
11/07/2019: A man and a woman have been charged with a number of offences in connection with a series of robberies.
11/07/2019: Saint John Houghton Catholic Voluntary Academy has been judged ‘Good’ in every area by Ofsted inspectors and ‘Good’ overall.

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