Imaginations were running wild when the Erewash Borough Councils’ Arts Development Team from Erewash Museum visited Dallimore Primary School recently to continue their Arts and Health work with local older residents.Pupils at the Kirk Hallam School, along with their grandparents and honorary grandparents, spent the afternoon creating Schools of the Future, using recycled products and paints with the help of Arts Development Officer Katherine Brown and artist Ann Levett from Avago Crafts, an Ilkeston based arts and crafts business, which was launched by Ann and her sister Jan Parr in 2011. The sisters have worked with Arts Development for a number of years and are most well known for their stunning lantern creations for Erewash Festival...

We wanted to let you know that we’ve updated our Privacy Policy in line with new data protection laws, which come into effect on 25 May 2018. We take our data privacy responsibilities very seriously, and want you to understand and...

There is still have time to enter this year’s ever-popular Erewash in Bloom gardening competition.The deadline for entries is Friday 6 July, so make sure all you green-fingered gurus have filled in your entry form for a chance to win a coveted...

A road in Ilkeston will be subject to a temporary one-way order next month while work is carried out for Severn Trent Water.From Monday 18 June to Friday 13 July, only northbound traffic will be allowed down Park Drive, from its junction with...

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