Upcoming Local Events in Erewash

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).

Wed, 12/08/2020
The Erewash Small Grant Scheme is funded by Derbyshire County Council Public Health, Derbyshire County Council Adult Care Services and Erewash Borough Council. 
Thu, 13/08/2020 to Sat, 22/08/2020 - Erewash Museum, High Street, Ilkeston
Erewash Museum are getting the kids feeling creative during a series of exciting workshops this August. The activities will be taking place in the museum grounds to maintain safe social distancing during the following dates:
Thu, 13/08/2020 to Thu, 20/08/2020
Thousands of students across the county are preparing to receive their A-level and GCSE results. 
Wed, 12/08/2020 - Manners Industrial Estate, Ilkeston
Residents can now visit Derbyshire County Council’s Household Waste Recycling Centres including in Ilkeston on the Manners Industrial Estate, on any day of the week.
Fri, 31/07/2020 - The Duchess Theatre, Long Eaton
Staff at the Duchess Theatre and Chatsworth Arts Centre in Long Eaton have announced the resumption of their popular Coffee Mornings from August 1st, albeit with a change to the way they are run in order to be COVID-19 secure.
Thu, 30/07/2020
Another borough library has re-opened.
Mon, 27/07/2020
Erewash Museum will re-open for three days a week from Thursday 30 July to showcase new exhibitions, entertain children and give visitors the chance to enjoy its gardens.
Deb Somerset from DLS Safeguarding and Wellbeing
Fri, 17/07/2020
Welcome to the Window on Wellbeing on Erewash Sound, brought to you with our friends at DLS Safeguarding & Wellbeing Solutions.
Thu, 16/07/2020 to Sun, 30/08/2020
Long Eaton residents are being urged to get involved and share their views on the shaping of an investment plan for the town – an important step in the bid for substantial government funding.
Alzheimers Society Ambassador, actress Vicky McClure
A well known British actress from Wollaton in Nottingham has issued an appeal for the public to step out to beat dementia after the effects of lockdown changed the face of 2020 fundraising activities.

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