Erewash News

19/03/2018: A student at Saint John Houghton CVA has raised more than £600 for homeless people by sleeping outside all night.
16/03/2018: More volunteers are needed at the popular Old Stables Tea Room at Erewash Museum as it marks its two year anniversary.
16/03/2018: Victims of crime including a survivor of the Manchester terror attack have given powerful testimonies of their journey to recovery as part of an event highlighting the support available in Derbyshire for people affected by crime.
16/03/2018: Bus drivers and colleagues from trentbarton have chosen Alzheimer’s Society as their charity of the year for 2018 and 2019.
16/03/2018: Car parking charges in Erewash have been frozen for this year and the popular free one hour parking in town centre car parks will continue.
14/03/2018: Businesses are being encouraged to take advantage of a cut-price offer from Derbyshire County Council that could save them money and stop them falling foul of the law.
13/03/2018: Erewash Museum is currently undertaking conservation work on the Margaret Hope Robinson letters – an archive of more than 2,000 letters that give an emotional insight into the lives of families of British prisoners of war (POWs) during the Second World War.
13/03/2018: Students at Saint John Houghton Catholic Voluntary Academy are preparing for a trip of a lifetime after signing up to visit Swaziland with World Challenge.
13/03/2018: Derbyshire County Council workers are upgrading a pedestrian crossing in Ilkeston as part of a wider £1.7m project to provide better cycle and walking links between the town centre and railway station.
13/03/2018: Three more litterbugs have been left with hefty court bills after they were caught offending and then failed to pay the Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) fine.

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