Upcoming Local Events in Erewash

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News of upcoming local events and activities around the Erewash Area. To include details of your own event on this page, as well as on air, please email all the details to guide@erewashsound.com. (Service available FREE to all local non-profit organisations only).

A project to establish options to improve access at Bennerley Viaduct will be funded by Erewash Borough Council.
- Erewash Museum
An programme of new events is set to take place at Erewash Museum over the next two years, despite it being subject to reduced opening hours as part of cuts proposed by the authority.
In the wake of the proposals made by Erewash Borough Council to reduce opening hours at the Erewash Museum, campaigners have set up a petition to begin a fight against the plans.
A new play area planned for West Park in Long Eaton looks set to be the biggest one in the area.
- First Thursday of the month (except August) at The Risley Park - 11:15am to 2pm
The Long Eaton and District Probus Club is a group of ladies who are retired or semi-retired and mostly professionals with members including ex-nurses, health visitors, teachers, business women and clerical staff.
- Tuesdays 9am-11am at St. John's Church Hall, Long Eaton
Rant 'n' Rave is a women only peer support Group for mums and carers who have, or are experiencing mental health issues to gain social support, understanding and a sense of belonging in a safe and secure place.
- St. John's Church Hall, Long Eaton
Would you be interested in joining a friendly social support group?  The Long Eaton Self Help Group is for anyone who is feeling isolated, stressed or experiencing difficulties with anxiety and other mental health related issues.
Joined Up Care Derbyshire
- Ilkeston Community Hospital
An initiative run by community interest company DHU Healthcare aimed at providing additional primary care appointments in Derbyshire to support with greater demand in winter is expanding to more areas, relieving pressure on the health system
Officials at Derbyshire County Council have made offers of secondary school places to around 9,000 children as part of what has been described as 'National Offer Day'.
Members of the Long Eaton Silver Prize Band have travelled south to attend the Midlands Regional Brass Band Championships.

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