Erewash News

15/05/2019: Plans to tackle climate change, reduce carbon emissions and waste and make the county cleaner and greener have been announced by Derbyshire County Council.
15/05/2019: A pioneering online scheme to help make High Street shopping safer and cut crime is being adopted in Derbyshire.
15/05/2019: The number of people in work in the East Midlands has risen for five out of the past six months according to figures released recently.
13/05/2019: Proposals are being drawn-up by Derbyshire County Council for a Festival of Derbyshire to boost tourism – bringing new investment and creating more jobs.
13/05/2019: Residents can find out how to tackle anti-social behaviour as part of a campaign backed by Derbyshire County Council.
10/05/2019: Derbyshire Police are appealing for information after a burglary and arson in Skeavingtons Lane, Cotmanhay, near Ilkeston, on Wednesday, May 1 that happened sometime between 5am and 5.45am.
10/05/2019: Maggie Throup MP has welcomed the Government’s announcement that more than £25 million will be allocated to 108 areas across the country, including Erewash Borough Council – providing vital funding to help the most vulnerable rough sleepers off the streets as part of the Conservative Government’s £100 million plan to end rough sleeping by 2027.
Derek and Sharon Jackson with Sarah Pywell
10/05/2019: Derbyshire families are being encouraged to open up their homes to give adults with disabilities the chance to lead ordinary lives in the community.
10/05/2019: Not every child has the chance to grow up in a loving stable home and Derbyshire County Council is urging people who could help transform a child’s life to #changeafuture during Foster Care Fortnight which runs from Monday 13th to Sunday 26th May.
David Farley and Pete Wearn from Long Eaton 50+ Forum, Helen Martinez, Kate Crossley, Sam Scales and Brian Moon from Erewash Museum.
10/05/2019: Erewash Museum has won the Museum of the Year at the annual Derbyshire Heritage Awards 2019, held on Friday 3 May.  The museum also won the Partnership Award for their involvement on the “Toton Sidings Remembered” project alongside Long Eaton 50+ Forum.