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Erewash Borough Council Drink Aware Message

Erewash Borough Council has joined forces with the Police Licensing and Safer Neighbourhood Team for a campaign which will focus on the holiday weekend and on telling people how many units are in the alcoholic drinks they may be enjoying.

Leaders Diary

Each month Cllr Chris Corbett, Conservative Leader of Erewash Borough Council will write a column for the Erewash Conservatives Website. 

Summer Fundraising event, a great success

Erewash Conservative Association held their annual summer fundraising event at Draycott House, in Draycott Erewash on Friday 9th August. The event was a huge success with all members and guests leaving delighted with the new venue and the entertainment. The meticulous organisation and planning was complimented by the beuatiful surroundings of Draycott House. 

Residents Celebrate Investment at Petersham Hall

The Executive Committee of Conservative-controlled Erewash Borough Council made a decision on Wednesday 24th July to invest £184,000 to guarantee the future of the Long Eaton Petersham Hall.

Victoria Park makes it a Hatrick

Ilkeston’s Victoria Park has scored a hat trick . . . winning the prestigious Green Flag award for the third year running.

Erewash MP Welcomes Culture Secretary to Long Eaton

Erewash MP Jessica Lee welcomes The Rt. Hon. Maria Miller, Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport to Long Eaton on Tuesday 23rd July where they visited the Chatsworth Arts Centre & Duchess Theatre.

The Rt Hon John Hayes MP visits Erewash

The Rt Hon John Hayes MP, Principal Advisor to the Prime Minister and Minister for the Cabinet Office, visited Ilkeston on Wednesay 17th July. John gave a very rousing and entertaining speech, about his time on Nottinghamshire County Council and his time as a student at the University of Nottingham. 


Speaking during Volunteers’ Week 2013, Jessica Lee MP said: “Here in Erewash, volunteering is at the very heart of our community. I often get to see at firsthand, the hard work and determination of volunteers who are striving to make our local area a better place to live and work.

Have YOUR Say on how many Councillors Erewash should have

Erewash Borough Council is to undergo a Local Government Boundary Review to assess how many councillors should represent the residents of the Borough. The review will also look at how the ward boundaries will look.You are invited to take part in the LGBCE consultation online or in writing to the Local Government Boundary Commission for England.

Thank you to all our Supporters and Voters

Erewash Conservative Association would like to thank everybody who supported the Conservative cause during the County Council elections. The results overall across Derbyshire were disappointing but we could not have asked for anymore from our loyal helpers and the faithful Conservative Voters across the Borough of Erewash.