Erewash News

08/07/2021: An Erewash-based bakery has won an award which celebrates the best family businesses across the UK.
06/07/2021: People in Derbyshire interested in fostering are being urged to sign up to receive six bulletins giving them further information on how they could help look after a child in need.
06/07/2021: A first of its kind report has been published by NHS Digital on the health outcomes and health behaviours of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) adults. 
Office of Rail and Road
06/07/2021: The Office of Rail and Road’s (ORR) annual rail consumer report shows that it has worked constructively across industry to deliver improvements for passengers, particularly on refund rights and accessibility, despite the challenges of the past year. The regulator also sets out its focus for the coming year on locking in these improvements through monitoring and enforcing adherence to its accessibility requirements.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
06/07/2021: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber, which represents the interests of local businesses in the three counties, has responded to the Prime Minister's confirmation that the majority of remaining Covid restrictions would be lifted should stage four of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown commence on 19 July.
Maisie Bull
02/07/2021: Two Derby College Group (DCG) Art & Design students have won bursaries from Arts Society Derby to support their move into Higher Education.
02/07/2021: Derbyshire County Council’s annual surface dressing programme will start mid-July which will improve the surface of roads across the county. 
Ilkeston carpet bedding 2021
02/07/2021: This year’s 100th anniversary of the Royal British Legion (RBL) and Erewash’s mining heritage are the focus of floral displays now in place in Ilkeston and Long Eaton.
Chris Hobson from the East Midlands Chamber
02/07/2021: Confidence among East Midlands businesses is continuing to make a strong comeback as the economy reopens – hitting heights not witnessed for almost three years, according to new research by East Midlands Chamber.
A flower bed at a Northern Rail-run station
02/07/2021: A rail service operator running services through Ilkeston Railway Station is celebrating the work of community groups and volunteers across its network.

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