Erewash News

UK Bus Awards finalists Tracey Pemberton, driver on the two, and Craig Trueman, engineering team leader
01/11/2019: trentbarton bus driver Tracey Pemberton and engineering team leader Craig Trueman are both in the running for a 2019 UK Bus Award.
01/11/2019: Reacting to the news that Parliament has backed a general election which will take place on 12 December – after passing through the House of Lords – Scott Knowles, Chief Executive at East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire), said:
Sarah Meaker and John Darlington from the World Monument Fund (2nd and 3rd from left) on a site visit to Bennerley Viaduct earlier this year.
30/10/2019: Bennerley Viaduct, the grade II listed Victorian wrought iron structure straddling the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire boundary, has gained international recognition by its inclusion in the 2020 World Monuments Watch list
Deputy Mayor Cllr Donna Briggs (left) with DCG Chief Executive Mandie Stravino
30/10/2019: Nearly 700 people attended a jobs fair at Ilkeston Community College organised by Derby College Group (DCG) and Job Centre Plus on Tuesday 29th October.
30/10/2019: Hundreds of practice nurses across the country have been taught how social media can improve health thanks to the success of one of NHS Digital’s Widening Digital Participation projects.
30/10/2019: Parents and carers are being urged to take care when buying fancy dress costumes for their children this Halloween.
Barling Drive play facilities in Ilkeston
29/10/2019: The brand new play area at Barling Drive Lagoon in Shipley View, Ilkeston is now open.
Drectors Neil Shaw, left, and Tim Rookes, right, with new recruit Gavin Potter
29/10/2019: Two Erewash entrepreneurs are marking the second anniversary of their IT firm by launching a training hub and expanding their team.
29/10/2019: Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service would like to remind people about the danger of flood water and ignoring road closed signs.
29/10/2019: 35 gritting lorries – which can all be fitted with ploughs – are now stationed at five highways depots ready to take to the roads if bad weather hits.  Around 25,000 tonnes of grit is also stockpiled