Children from two local schools will present specially-designed artwork to the Mayor of Erewash, Councillor Chris Corbett, during Ilkeston Charter Fair’s official opening this Thursday. (18th) Pupils from the town’s Kensington Junior School and Chaucer Junior School will take a starring role in the ceremony after creating two stunning banners that depict the history of the fair. The children have produced the artwork thanks to a project with local artist Jackie Ward, of Treehuggery, and Erewash Borough Council’s Arts Development Officer Katherine Brown, with the pupils learning new creative skills as well as finding out about the heritage of the fair, which dates back to 1252. The banners will be seen for the first time on Thursday when...

Erewash Borough Council’s Annual Report, which outlines the key achievements across its priority areas, has been approved at a meeting of Council Executive. The 2017/18 report also includes the financial position and the council’s priorities and...

Ilkeston Market Place 1914
Erewash Museum will be home to a fascinating insight into how residents from the Borough experienced, commemorated and remembered the end of the First World War, during an exhibition being held from 27 October -15 December. ‘Erewash Remembers: 100...

Residents’ parking schemes close to Ilkeston town centre will be temporarily suspended during the week of the 766th Charter Fair to free-up car parking space. The schemes will be suspended from Monday 15 October to Sunday 21 October inclusive...

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