Erewash News

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.
19/02/2018: An ambitious new approach which will set the future direction of Derbyshire County Council is to be discussed by the Council’s Cabinet at a meeting on 22 February.
16/02/2018: Derbyshire Police are urging residents to be vigilant following a series of distraction burglaries across the county.
15/02/2018: Levels of contamination in a pond at Shipley Country Park are continuing to reduce following a liquid cyanide spillage which leaked into the water last week.
14/02/2018: Volunteers from across the borough look set to benefit from funding provided by a supermarket company.
14/02/2018: New research launched recently shows six-out-of-ten businesses in the East Midlands have engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity in the past year, with 40% of them looking to increase their involvement in the coming year.
14/02/2018: Looking for love this Valentines? Then make sure you aren’t taken in by online scam artists.
13/02/2018: After a five month campaign during which Erewash MP Maggie Throup took the issue to the very top of Government, Derbyshire County Council has announced that Hazelwood Care Home in Cotmanhay will remain open indefinitely until a brand new facility is built for the community.
13/02/2018: The first students from Derby College’s new level 3 Agriculture study programme based at Broomfield Hall in Morley have secured places at university.
03/02/2018: February is cooking fire safety month and as February plays host to both Shrove Tuesday and Valentine’s Day, many people may well be spending more time in the kitchen and with this comes a potential increased risk of danger.  Whether you’re making pancakes with the kids or creating a romantic meal for two, Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) is asking people to take extra care when cooking.