Erewash News

03/09/2019: In the wake of a report by the BBC which claimed that HS2 Ltd and the Department for Transport (DfT) had known that true HS2 costs were not available to MP's before they voted for HS2a enabling works in Parliament in 2016, campaigners fighting against the project have said that the latest development comes as no surprise adding that they knew that was the truth all along.
03/09/2019: A new timetable detailing revised opening hours at Derbyshire County Council libraries will be introduced at the end of this month.
03/09/2019: A race night held at The New Manor Ground, the home of Ilkeston Town FC on Saturday 31st August in aid of the Nightingale Macmillan Unit at the Royal Derby Hospital, has been declared a resounding success.
30/08/2019: Longmoor Lane in Sandiacre has re-opened (Friday 30 August 2019), following work by Derbyshire County Council to repair a bridge damaged by fire.
30/08/2019: A dog walker has been made to pay out almost £230 for failing to pay a fixed penalty notice issued for neglecting to keep the dog on its lead in a restricted area.
29/08/2019: An Ilkeston woman is now more than £750 out of pocket after she admitted dumping waste – including two sofas – in her neighbour’s garden on three occasions.
29/08/2019: Volunteers throughout the county are being called on to help clear snow and ice from Derbyshire’s roads and pavements this winter.
29/08/2019: Some of the most vulnerable people in Erewash are still missing out on a council tax reduction worth hundreds or thousands of pounds because little is known about the support.
Nutbrook Trail drones
29/08/2019: Officers from the Safer Neighbourhood team in Erewash have been using a drone to help tackle the problem of nuisance motorcycles.
ilkeston flyer every 12 mins: (l-r) ilkeston flyer driver Mat Simmons and team leader Leeann Shearer
29/08/2019: Ilkeston is to get a more frequent flyer service thanks to trentbarton adding another bus to the fleet, improving ilkeston flyer’s frequency to every 12 minutes.

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