Erewash News

03/11/2019: The blueprint for a multi-million pound Town Deal for Long Eaton was announced on November 1st by Communities and Local Government Secretary Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP.
Sarah Meaker and John Darlington from the World Monument Fund (2nd and 3rd from left) on a site visit to Bennerley Viaduct earlier this year.
30/10/2019: Bennerley Viaduct, the grade II listed Victorian wrought iron structure straddling the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire boundary, has gained international recognition by its inclusion in the 2020 World Monuments Watch list
30/10/2019: Hundreds of practice nurses across the country have been taught how social media can improve health thanks to the success of one of NHS Digital’s Widening Digital Participation projects.
Drectors Neil Shaw, left, and Tim Rookes, right, with new recruit Gavin Potter
29/10/2019: Two Erewash entrepreneurs are marking the second anniversary of their IT firm by launching a training hub and expanding their team.
29/10/2019: 35 gritting lorries – which can all be fitted with ploughs – are now stationed at five highways depots ready to take to the roads if bad weather hits.  Around 25,000 tonnes of grit is also stockpiled
29/10/2019: Erewash Borough Council has confirmed the dates for its last garden waste collections for the year – the collections are always temporarily withdrawn during the winter months.
Hope Robinson
29/10/2019: The tale of an extraordinary local woman who reported on the conditions in prisoner of war camps during the Second World War will be featured in a new exhibition at Erewash Museum.
29/10/2019: Buses around Great Britain will become more accessible for disabled passengers thanks to a new partnership with the Real Time Information Group (RTIG), announced in late October.
The moment that Lewis was announced as bronze award winner
28/10/2019: Erewash Sound is collectively celebrating once more after two presenters picked up honours at the 2019 Community Radio Awards.
26/10/2019: Small and medium size businesses in Erewash and across the county could have their apprentice training costs paid for by Derbyshire County Council.