Erewash Borough Council has launched a consultation into its budget for the next financial year – and is urging residents to take part and give their views. The move comes as the council faces making significant savings to balance its 2019/2020 books as – along with local authorities across the country – it faces further cuts in government funding. A short online survey is now open here and is available until the closing deadline of 9am on Monday 4 February. Last year, the council asked residents for their opinions on which services were most or least important to them and wants to repeat that exercise for the coming year to see if any changes or trends in opinions can be highlighted. Those taking part in the survey can also...

Erewash businesses have a chance to find out more about forging links with Japan at a major conference taking place in Derby on Friday 1 February. The New Roads to Japan event will focus on creating opportunities for those local businesses across...

Choo- choo! Erewash Museum’s Model Railway Day rolls into Ilkeston on Saturday 26 January. Join representatives from the Nottingham Model Railway Society to see their amazing model of a 1930s Ilkeston Town Railway Station which will be on display...

A colourful and vibrant procession will take place in Ilkeston next month to celebrate the Chinese New Year. This year is the Year of the Pig and to mark the occasion there will be lantern making workshops at Erewash Museum on Saturday 9 February...

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