Erewash News

01/03/2018: The latest edition of Derbyshire County Council’s magazine for residents is due out now and includes the chance to win a luxury hotel break for two.
28/02/2018: In a further attempt to help boost employment levels locally, Erewash MP Maggie Throup has announced plans to launch two Jobs Clinics in Cotmanhay and Petersham.
27/02/2018: Litterbugs and pet owners who fail to pick up after their dogs are being warned they will be prosecuted if they are caught offending and then fail to pay the Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) fine.
23/02/2018: A family bakery in the Erewash borough is launching a limited edition traditional loaf of bread – using a century old recipe - in line with Real Bread Week.
23/02/2018: A new service to give local people with first-hand experience of mental health conditions and those who care for them a greater voice in improving health and social care services is holding public information sessions to mark its launch and recruit local people to get involved in its work.
23/02/2018: Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa has offered his support to campaigners fighting for new legislation to protect police dogs and horses in the line of duty.
23/02/2018: Regarding Derbyshire County Council’s decision on Hazelwood Care home in Ilkeston, Catherine Atkinson, Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Erewash has given her views...
23/02/2018: Plans for a new residential care home in Cotmanhay will be drawn up by Derbyshire County Council.  On Thursday 22nd February, the Cabinet agreed to keep Hazelwood Home for Older People open while it builds a replacement.
22/02/2018: The local air ambulance service has announced that it recently reached a major milestone in its history with the completion of its 30,000th rescue mission.
20/02/2018: Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) is proud to announce it is now a Disability Confident Leader, a level up from its previous status of Disability Confident Employer and the highest level achievable.

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