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).

The opening of the new railway footbridge over the Midland Main Line will give visitors and local people much improved access to the magnificent 19th century wrought iron Bennerley Viaduct. The footpath from the Erewash Canal to the viaduct is now open, enabling visitors to access and appreciate the longest wrought iron viaduct in the British Isles.
Derbyshire residents interested in helping to shape the future of the county’s libraries are being encouraged to get involved and join a local focus group to find out more.
Officials at Cotmanhay Infant & Nursery School are holding an Open Evening on Thursday 5th July 3.20-4.00 pm for people who are eligible for our 2 year old Cubs Nursery, we have places available from September. The Nursery is based in the Childrens Centre on Beauvale Drive across the road from school. Please come along, meet the staff and find out if you are eligible.
Erewash Borough Council will be highlighting the importance of water safety during Drowning Prevention Week which takes place 15-25 June.
A championship breeder has been appointed to manage Derby College’s dog grooming salon at Broomfield Hall and is planning to expand the range of professional courses available to people looking to hone their skills in the growing industry.
Derbyshire Constabulary has been celebrating the outstanding contribution volunteers make to policing across the county.
Music lovers will be able to combine the sunny weather with the sounds of brass bands this summer when Erewash Borough Council presents its hugely popular Bold as Brass series of free concerts.
Learn more about dementia and where to get support at a series of events organised by Derbyshire County Council and a range of key partners during Dementia Action Week 2018.
Multi-agency efforts to reduce drug and alcohol crime across Derbyshire are to be examined in the first of a new style of police meetings.
Local residents are being asked if they support a proposal to grant Local Nature Reserve (LNR) status to the wildlife hotspot Trent Meadows in Long Eaton.

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