Erewash News

07/11/2022: Parents can now apply to Derbyshire County Council for their child’s infant, junior or primary school place for September 2023. 
Andrew Redfern, Framework  - centre - and George Akins with DHP Family and Framework staff
07/11/2022: Beat the Streets, the charity festival set up in response to the growing number of rough sleepers in Nottingham, is in the running for a national title as the festival that has made the greatest community impact. 
07/11/2022: The owner of a borough-based business is celebrating after picking up a 2022 Good Food Award Blue Ribbon - the only cafe in the area to pick up such an honour.
04/11/2022: Futures Housing Group has published a suite of three documents outlining its performance and achievements across the last financial year, including for the very first time a dedicated ESG (environmental, social and governance) report.
Chris Hobson from the East Midlands Chamber
04/11/2022: The Director of policy and external affairs has commented ahead of the COP27 summit, which takes place in Egypt from 6th to 18th November.
04/11/2022: Officials from the Petersham Community Team have issued a statement after receiving reports alleging that there had been incidents amongst residents of 'hotels' in the area of Long Eaton.
04/11/2022: A public consultation about the East Midlands devolution deal is due to take place from 14th November 2022 until 9th January 2023.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
03/11/2022: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has commented on the Bank of England’s decision to raise interest rates from 2.25% to 3%.
A North Derbyshire Railway Station with 'dementia-friendly' signage
03/11/2022: Train operator, Northern, which runs services through Ilkeston Railway Station, has unveiled the first ‘dementia-friendly’ signage at one of its stations in Derbyshire.
03/11/2022: According to a recent report, the prevalence of reception-aged children living with obesity in England during 2021-22 was over twice as high in the most deprived areas (13.6%) than in the least deprived areas (6.2%)