Erewash News

26/03/2020: Residents are being urged by Derbyshire County Council’s trading standards team to be extra vigilant and keep themselves safe from scammers during the coronavirus outbreak.  Working with Derbyshire Police, trading standards officers are urging people to be wary of possible new coronavirus-related scams being used by doorstep callers and online fraudsters. 
25/03/2020: Erewash Borough Council will delay the new car parking fees that were due to be implemented on 1 April until 1 September 2020 when the position will be reviewed.
24/03/2020: I wanted to put pen to paper to say how proud I am to be the Leader of Derbyshire County Council, proud of our staff and proud of our residents who always pull together at times of crisis to ensure we will come out of the other side of this an even stronger community.
24/03/2020: From the 25 March you may notice a change in fire kit worn by Derbyshire’s Firefighters as they switch to new technologically advanced, gold coloured personal protective equipment (PPE).
24/03/2020: A Beeston woman has set up a nationally-targed website page to support and promote businesses still trading to a degree during the Coronavirus outbreak.
24/03/2020: Erewash pub landlords are being encouraged to sign up to a rapidly created website born out of what has been described as a desperate and unprecedented situation for the industry.
22/03/2020: An Ilkeston based hedgehog rescue service has made an appeal for old newspapers due to the impact of the Coronavirus on society activity.
21/03/2020: The Chief Executive at Treetops Hospice has issued a heartfelt appeal for help over the coming months as the region deals with the threat posed by the Coronavirus.
21/03/2020: Year 11 students at Saint John Houghton Catholic Voluntary Academy were given a special send-off as the school partially closed due to the Coronavirus.
21/03/2020: Following the announcement of an initial £1m allocation earlier this week, complementing the Government’s coronavirus funding packages, the Derbyshire County Council Emergency Relief Fund for the county’s smallest businesses is now in place.