Erewash News

03/04/2020: Trading standards officers from Derbyshire County Council have teamed up with district and borough councils and Derbyshire police to ensure that businesses that are required to close to help protect the public during the coronavirus outbreak are closed.
03/04/2020: General Practices in Derbyshire have joined forces to support colleagues in the county’s hospitals with the creation of a number of specialist assessment centres or ‘hot hubs’.
03/04/2020: Erewash Borough Council is working to help residents who are struggling financially due to the Coronavirus lockdown and may have difficulty meeting installments.
03/04/2020: The region’s largest business support organisation has launched a new online campaign to help businesses stay positive, support each other and share their good news during the ongoing coronavirus crisis. 
Department for Transport
03/04/2020: England’s buses will continue to serve those who rely on them thanks to a funding boost totalling £397m for vital bus operators, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced [Friday 3 April]. 
03/04/2020: Erewash Borough Council will confirm details of how new business rates support grants will be provided within the coming days.
02/04/2020: Derby College Group (DCG) is launching a new higher education study programme in partnership with The Open University which is designed to better prepare creative practitioners for the world of work.
02/04/2020: Calls to the police non-emergency 101 number are free of charge from April 1st following a public campaign.
01/04/2020: Organisers of the annual Long Eaton Carnival have cancelled the event for 2020.
01/04/2020: In the unprecedented battle against coronavirus services are fighting to protect and support people as every necessary measure is taken to beat this disease.