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).

Mon, 27/02/2023
Businesses will be encouraged to set-up shop in vacant retail units in Ilkeston and Long Eaton through a new Golden Hello grant scheme.
An aerial view of the nature reserve site
Plans for a Local Nature Reserve at West End Drive in Ilkeston that residents will be able to help name has been given the green light.
As the nation fell silent to mark a year since the outbreak of war in Ukraine, Derbyshire County Council renewed its appeal for more households to host refugees.
Visit Peak District and Derbyshire logo
Visit Peak District & Derbyshire has launched a new website – visitpeakdistrict.com – with improved design and functionality to boost tourism and promote the area as a world-leading destination for accessible and sustainable breaks.
A picture of someone using a laptop and smartphone: Credit: Image by Firmbee from Pixabay
Thu, 02/03/2023
A brand new Digital Inclusion Referral Map has launched, providing a comprehensive, interactive list of the places where people can find support to safely and reliably connect to the internet across Derbyshire. 
Fri, 24/02/2023 - Ilkeston Methodist Church, Wilmot Street, near Wilko
Ilkeston Methodist Church is hosting a 'half-term special' on 24th February at the site on Wilmot Street with games, crafts and a fun zone - with all activities being offered for free along with free hot food between 10am and 2:00pm. The Church is also open every Friday between 10am and 2pm with a warm space, free hot drinks and snacks and all are welcome.
Erewash Borough Council is offering support and guidance during the cost of living crisis for all residents. 
A Derbyshire charity is taking a number of important steps to support rural people through the current cost-of-living crisis.  
The reinstatement of a full seven days a week rail service from Matlock to Nottingham and running through Long Eaton Railway Station, has been welcomed by Derbyshire County Council Leader Councillor Barry Lewis.
Derby College Group is currently seeking hands-on and dependable people to work as exam invigilators.

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