Erewash News

07/06/2018: Erewash based Stacey’s Bakery has future-proofed itself for the next 100 years, investing in a new website and online ordering system, making it even easier and quicker to get your hands on its tasty offerings.
07/06/2018: An awareness campaign has been launched to help those living in Derbyshire over the age of 55 to tackle the increasing threat of fraud. The Derbyshire Scam Watch campaign is expected to benefit over 20,000 people over the age of 55, by giving them free advice and support about the dangers of fraud.  According to Experian, just under a quarter (23.8%) of people over 55 were affected by fraud last year.
06/06/2018: Recent figures show that the latest wages in the Construction industry are £92 a week higher than they were in May 2010.
06/06/2018: Smokers have been warned their money will go up in flames if they fail to dispose of their cigarette ends properly as another three litterbugs are left with court bills of hundreds of pounds.
06/06/2018: A new organisation called the East Midlands War Memorials Association has been launched in the region to help care for local war memorials.
06/06/2018: Two players from Derbyshire-based side, Long Eaton Rugby, have just returned from representing England Counties Under 20s in a triumphant tour against Georgia.
05/06/2018: Family run Stacey’s Bakery had such a great response to its gingerbread man decorating competition back in February half term, they decided to run another competition, but this time with their famous ‘Ey Up Me Duck’ biscuits.
25/05/2018: Ilkeston and Long Eaton War Memorials will be given a specialist clean this autumn ahead of the commemoration to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
24/05/2018: A forensic psychologist from Derbyshire, who has recently appeared as an expert TV commentator on new documentary, Swipe Right For Murder, has issued a warning to local women and men meeting potential partners online.
24/05/2018: Total recorded crime in Derbyshire has risen slightly during the past year in comparison with the previous 12 months, with the proportion of positive outcomes also marginally rising.

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