Archive for Month: July 2017

  • Changes to Trent Barton Services in Kirk Hallam

    Although it’s not in my ward and it’s not Long Eaton or Sandiacre related, I have had a number of enquiries relating to the Number 23 bus in Kirk Hallam. As this is in the County division that I stood for in 2013, I still receive  many enquiries stemming from that area. The following statement…

  • New Conservative Association Office

    The eagle eyed amongst you will notice the new address in the imprint of my website. As of this weekend the Erewash Conservative Association will be officially moving into our new premises. The new address is: Erewash Conservative Association 2 Huss`s Lane Off Main Street Long Eaton Nottingham NG10 1GS

  • Going Swimmingly!

    Fabulously fun family pool parties have again been lined up at two Erewash leisure centres to provide some splashtastic summertime fun for the school holidays. Erewash Borough Council’s popular pool parties are held at its swimming pools at Victoria Park Leisure Centre in Ilkeston and West Park Leisure Centre in Long Eaton. Music, an inflatable…

  • Erewash celebrates another hat-trick

    Erewash Borough Council has again retained its Green Flag awards at three popular leisure sites in the borough, it has been confirmed today. (Wednesday 19 July) The good news means Long Eaton’s flagship West Park and Straw’s Bridge Local Nature Reserve at West Hallam have secured the prestigious award for the third time while Victoria…

  • UPDATE: Travellers on Bostocks Lane

    I, along with Erewash Borough Council would like to just provide a brief update on the situation regarding the unauthorised travellers encampment on Bostocks Lane in Long Eaton. The travellers have now left the site and have moved on. It is out understanding that they have moved to Toton. Our colleagues at Broxtowe Borough Council…

  • Travellers on Bostocks Lane

    Erewash Borough Council are aware of the travellers on Bostocks Lane in Long Eaton. Do You Know the Process of Evicting the travellers? When an unauthorised gypsy and traveller encampment park their vehicles on a piece of land belonging to the council, the council will take court action to recover possession of the land. When…

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