Community-minded residents and groups were honoured for their contribution to society at this year’s Erewash Mayor's Awards. Seven caring residents and representatives of eight local groups were presented with their awards by the Mayor of Erewash, Councillor Chris Corbett, at a ceremony in the Council Chamber at Long Eaton Town Hall last night (Wednesday 13 February). The awards recognise groups or individuals who carry out vital work in their community without expecting anything in return. Erewash Borough Council’s judging panel looked at nominations, made by local residents, for evidence of special qualities and service beyond simply being a ‘good neighbour’ when picking out the award winners. Councillor Chris Corbett, the Mayor of...

A recommendation that Erewash Borough Council raises its share of council tax for 2019/20 by 2.99% is expected to be sent to the council’s budget setting meeting on Thursday 7 March. Councillors at a meeting of Council Executive next week (19...

Long Eaton beauty spot Trent Meadows looks set to be given nature reserve status at a meeting of Erewash Borough Council’s Executive next week. If approved, the site will be known as the Trent Meadows Local Nature Reserve. Erewash Borough Council...

Erewash Borough Council will once again be joining with other local authorities to sign the Derbyshire Armed Forces Covenant which pledges our support and guidance to members of the Armed Forces in Derbyshire. At a meeting of the Council’s...

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