Upcoming Local Events in Erewash

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Maggie Throup MP
Sun, 23/04/2023
Maggie Throup, Member of Parliament for Erewash, has welcomed the launch of the Emergency Alerts Programme. 
Fri, 28/04/2023
A blanket, which is approximately the size of a patio door, put together by local crafters to mark the King's Coronation, is to be presented to the Mayor of Erewash after its recent completion.
Derbyshire's health and social care watchdog, is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a plea to the public to continue having their say about services that affect their lives.
Residents in Derbyshire interested in having an electric vehicle charging point installed on the street near their home are being asked to register their interest.
Person waiting at a bus stop with Government ad banner (credit: Igloo PR)
Sat, 01/04/2023 to Fri, 30/06/2023
Millions across England are encouraged to ‘Hop Around for £2’ this spring as the £2 bus fare cap is extended to 30th June.  
Time Swap is an initiative which aims to bring local people together, using their knowledge, skills and most importantly, time, to support each other.  After the scheme came to an end a few years ago, it has been relaunched.
A man from Nottingham who was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer is taking on this year’s London Marathon using the same tools that helped him learn to walk again.
Maggie Throup MP
Maggie Throup is encouraging local groups to apply for a grant which will help fund community projects.
Wellbeing Team celebrates 1000 visitors to hospice cafe
- Treetops Hospice, Risley
A weekly café offering support to people living with a life-limiting condition or who’ve been bereaved, has welcomed over 1,000 visitors through its doors since all covid restrictions were finally lifted last March.
A tree sapling
The Woodland Trust is urging schools and communities across the East Midlands to join the fight against climate change and nature loss – and reach a remarkable five million free trees planted across the United Kingdom since 2020 – by taking advantage of its latest tree-pack giveaway.