The new Mayor of Erewash is Councillor Sue Beardsley, who was formally elected to the role for the 2019/20 civic year at Erewash Borough Council’s annual meeting on Thursday evening (16th May). Councillor Beardsley has represented the Little Hallam ward on the borough council since 2015 and will be supported in her civic duties by her husband John. During her mayoral year Councillor Beardsley, who works as the administrator for a local company, has chosen to support two children’s charities – Action for Children and the Rainbow Children’s Hospice. Action for Children’s Space 4 U Service supports young people who are affected by someone else’s alcohol or substance misuse, while its Talk Time Sessions help find out the reasons behind a...

Join us at Erewash Museum for a fun-filled Bugs Week this half-term, days full of bug and animal-themed activities for the whole family to enjoy. From Tuesday 28 May to Thursday 30 May there will be free creative crafts in the Hayloft and a fun...

Erewash Museum has won the Derbyshire Museum of the Year Award at the annual Derbyshire Heritage Awards 2019, which were held on Friday 3 May. The museum also won the Partnership Award for their involvement on the “Toton Sidings Remembered” project...

The Conservatives have retained control of Erewash Borough Council with 27 seats. Labour won 19 seats and Liberal Democrats won one seat. Here are the full results of the Erewash Borough Council elections 2019 which took place on 2...

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