Erewash News

19/01/2020: Proposals by Derbyshire County Council to set aside more than £4m to help tackle climate change will be considered by Cabinet members on Thursday (23 January 2020).
19/01/2020: From Monday 20th January until Sunday 26th January, village halls throughout England will be hosting a variety of events for Village Halls Week, which celebrates these community spaces and offers thanks to those who dedicate their time and money in keeping these spaces going.
18/01/2020: The accolades continue for Erewash Sound - the radio station JUST for the Erewash borough has been named as Local Commercial Radio Station of the Year in the CorporateLiveWire Innovation & Excellence Awards 2020.
17/01/2020: Proposals by Derbyshire County Council to implement a Key Cycle Network throughout Derbyshire have been approved by its cabinet members.
17/01/2020: Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa is asking the public if they would support a small increase in council tax to keep Derbyshire safe.
(l-r) trentbarton charity champion Caroline Bacon-Webster, Teenage Cancer Trust relationship manager Yvonne Mackintosh and trentbarton driver Shani Bright
17/01/2020: Bus drivers and colleagues from trentbarton have chosen the Teenage Cancer Trust as their charity of the year for both 2020 and 2021.
17/01/2020: New research from national poverty charity Turn2us reveals at least 146,000 households (350,400 people) in the East Midlands are living without essential household appliances.
16/01/2020: A new support service aimed at safeguarding vulnerable young people is being launched in the New Year to tackle growing risks of child exploitation.
Erewash MP Maggie Throup
16/01/2020: Erewash MP Maggie Throup has pledged to fight plans by Derbyshire County Council to close Ladycross Care Home in Sandiacre.  The proposals by the authority are part of plans to close a total of seven and refurbish a further three sites.
16/01/2020: Proposals to consult on the closure of seven homes for older people which need significant improvement due to the deteriorating state of the buildings and the need as a priority to ensure the safety of residents are to be discussed by Derbyshire County Council.

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