Erewash News

26/01/2018: Officials from Derbyshire Police have released a picture of a group of men wanted for questioning about the theft of a wallet from a cyclist.
19/01/2018: Long Eaton Dawnbreakers Rotary Club have teamed up with the charity, Tools With A Mission, to collect unwanted tools of all types and in any condition, which will be refurbished and sent to Africa as tool kits.
18/01/2018: In a dramatic turn around from earlier indications that the club had resigned from the East Midlands Counties League, Borrowash Victoria FC officials have announced the appointment of a new management team this evening (Thursday 18th).  The new manager has been named as Paul Turner whilst the Secretary is Melvyn Williams.
18/01/2018: Derbyshire County Council is providing funding to a service that helps homeless people stay healthy and find housing.
17/01/2018: The owner of a 100 year-old family bakery has revealed plans to invest a six figure sum into the future of the business.
15/01/2018: Paintings by the late Ilkeston artist Rick Scollins have been donated to Erewash Museum to mark the 25th anniversary of his death.
15/01/2018: A popular local Male Voice Choir is appealing for new members as the build up continues to their centenary year in 2020.
15/01/2018: Bus drivers and colleagues from trentbarton have raised almost £25,000 for the children’s charity When You Wish Upon a Star, which makes dreams come true for children living with a life-threatening illness.
10/01/2018: Students at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy have donated dozens of items of food to a project which supports vulnerable people on their own at Christmas.
07/01/2018: With the New Year underway, Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) is asking people to make testing their smoke alarms weekly one of their 2018 new year’s resolutions.

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