Erewash News

31/10/2017: Derbyshire County Council is backing national calls to remind county cyclists about safe cycling.
18/10/2017: Derbyshire Police officers and staff are highlighting the signs of modern slavery and how you can report it as part of national Anti-Slavery Day.
03/10/2017: New bus services funded by Derbyshire County Council have taken to the road – and they’re free for Gold Card holders.
02/10/2017: A new book that sets out to define the character and essence of the Erewash Valley, the backcloth for the best work of D H Lawrence, one of the finest if most controversial writers of the past hundred years,  was published on 1 October 2017.
28/09/2017: Gracie’s Cat Rescue – in association with Tesco Extra Long Eaton – is pleased to announce that is a cat food collection point in store as of Wednesday 15th November 2017.
23/09/2017: Police officers in Long Eaton are appealing for information as part of investigations into a burglary in the area. On Saturday, September 16 between 3.30pm and 5.30pm a house on Haslemere Road in Long Eaton was allegedly broken into.
23/09/2017: A safety partnership between Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service (DFRS) and local gas network Cadent to raise awareness of carbon monoxide gas poisoning has been hailed a success.
23/09/2017: Police are trying to trace a man in connection with the theft of a bag and car from a leisure centre.
05/09/2017: "Ay Up Me Duck"  is a phrase that became known across the globe when Angelina Jolie greeted Derby actor Jack O’ Connell with it at an awards ceremony.  Now family bakery Stacey’s Bakery has created a new Derbyshire cake and named it after the well-known Derbyshire greeting.
31/08/2017: A new after school choir is being launched with organisers expressing their excitement at the venture.

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