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EREWASH VOLUNTARY ACTION CVS LTD

 

Our Mission:

Erewash Voluntary Action CVS works towards a caring and more inclusive society by developing and supporting individual and group voluntary action that responds to local community needs and wishes.

 

 

JOB VACANCY

 

GP Link Worker

 

Are you looking for an exciting new challenge where you can make a genuine difference to people’s lives? How about joining a team at Erewash Voluntary Action as a Community Link Worker for Erewash.

The Erewash Primary Care Network (PCN) is a collaboration of the 13 GP practices in Erewash working together and  is committed to improving the care of patients in Erewash.

The Erewash Primary Care Network is working with Erewash Voluntary Action to take forward Social Prescribing in the area. Social prescribing empowers people to take control of their health and wellbeing through referral to ‘link workers’ who give time, focus on ‘what matters to me’ and take a holistic approach to an individual’s health and wellbeing, connecting people to community groups and statutory services for practical and emotional support.

If you are a self-motivated, dedicated ‘people-person’ whose passion is to support and empower individuals to take control of their health and wellbeing, you could be just what we are looking for.

If you are a creative, innovative thinker, who would love the challenge of working across exciting new partnerships within the Primary Care Network and working collaboratively with NHS and Voluntary Sector colleagues in Erewash, this could be the job for you.

The post will be hosted by Erewash Voluntary Action.

You will adopt an holistic, non-medical, person-centred approach to your caseload, co-designing action plans to improve health and wellbeing based on ‘what matters’ to the person and their individual strengths and needs – and supporting them to achieve their goals.

Ideally you will have worked in a similar role before, but this position would also be suited to someone with good local knowledge, appropriate experience and enthusiasm. If you are proactive, enthusiastic, person-centred and hold a clean driving licence with unlimited access to a car, then we would love to hear from you.

Closing date for applications: Thursday 26th September 2019 4pm

Interview date: 9th October 2019

For an application pack email: stella@erewashcvs.org.uk Or send an A4 SAE (Large letter stamp) to Stella Scott, Erewash Voluntary Action, Granville Avenue, Long Eaton NG10 4HD

For an informal discussion call Stella Scott Chief Executive Officer, 0115 9466740 Or email stella@erewashcvs.org.uk

 

 

 


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FORUMS:

Erewash Children and Young People’s Well Being Network

 

Erewash Development Workers Network

 

Erewash Volunteer Organisers Forum

Erewash Voluntary Sector Forum

Erewash Small Groups Network

FUNDING

 

Erewash Small Grants Scheme

Community Safety Funding

 

 

SERVICES:

 

Tea Dance

 

 

 

PROJECTS:

Community Connectors

Social Connectors Drop In

 

Erewash Mental Health Partnership

Futures In Mind

Home from Hospital

EVENTS:

 

AGM

Keeping Erewash Healthy Event

Mental Health

 

 

 

Information Cafe

 

TRAINING:

 

VCI Passport Training

Basic Book Keeping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


What we do:

 

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Celebrates 35 years serving local people.

1983 – 2018.

 

What do Volunteer Centres do?

Volunteer Development Agencies (often know as volunteer centres or volunteer bureaux) provide support at a local level for individual volunteers and volunteer involving organisations. They have six core functions:

 

1.   Brokerage
VDAs primary function is to match both individuals and groups interested in volunteering with appropriate opportunities in the local community. VDAs hold information on a comprehensive range of opportunities. They offer potential volunteers support and advice matching their motivation to volunteer with appropriate volunteering opportunities.

2.   Marketing volunteering
VDAs stimulate and encourage local interest in volunteering and community activity. This may include promoting and marketing volunteering through local, regional and national events and campaigns .VDAs will manage and promote a national brand for volunteering.

3.   Good practice development
VDAs promote good practice in working with volunteers to all volunteer involving organisations. They deliver training and accreditation for potential volunteers, volunteers, volunteer managers and the volunteering infrastructure.

4.   Develop volunteering opportunities
VDAs work in close partnership with statutory, voluntary and private sector agencies as well as community groups and faith groups to develop local volunteering opportunities. VDAs understand the potential offered by the local communities and work with them to realise this potential. VDA will target specific groups which face barriers to volunteering. VDA work creatively to develop imaginative, non-formal opportunities for potential volunteers.

5.   Policy response and campaigning
VDAs identify proposals or legislation that may impact on volunteering. It will lead and/or participate in campaigns on issues that affect volunteers or volunteering. VDAs campaign proactively for a more volunteer-literate and volunteer-friendly climate.

6.   Strategic development of volunteering
as the local experts on volunteering VDAs inform strategic thinking and planning at a regional and national level.

 

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What does a CVS do?

All CVS support, promote and develop local voluntary and community action through the following five key functions:

Services and support

CVS promote the effectiveness of local voluntary and community groups by providing them with a range of services. These may include access to basic facilities, such as meeting rooms, photocopiers and ICT equipment or more involved services such as community accountancy and employment advice. CVS also support local groups through regular newsletters, training, funding advice and specialist services.

Liaison

As a focal point for the local voluntary and community sector, CVS encourage networking between individuals and groups within the sector, and between local groups and the statutory and private sectors. This allows local groups to learn from one another, establish contacts and work more effectively. CVS also help different communities to organise their own networking activity.

Representation

With government encouraging involvement of voluntary and community groups in shaping and delivering services, CVS enable the views of local groups to be represented. For example, many CVS run voluntary and community sector forums which provide an opportunity for local groups to put forward their views on national and local policies.

Development work

Over the years, the local voluntary and community sector has pioneered some of the essential public services that we now take for granted. Child protection and care for the elderly, for example, had their origins in, and were developed by, the voluntary sector. This tradition has continued into the 21st century, and today CVS take the lead in identifying gaps in service provision and work with groups to develop new and innovative services to meet these needs.

Strategic partnerships

CVS work in partnership with local government and other statutory agencies to shape the delivery of services. CVS play a key role in empowering local groups to take part in partnerships and are directly involved in a wide range of regeneration, neighborhood renewal, health and social care, learning and other government initiatives. Strategic partnerships may be sub-regional, district wide or neighborhood. They may cover several issues or have a particular focus.

 

 

 

Erewash Voluntary Action - CVS your only local quality accredited Volunteer Centre

 

 

We provide help, information and support to voluntary and community groups operating in Erewash – ask for Stella Scott.

 

Volunteering – we help you recruit, train and support Volunteers - ask for Linda Brown

 

We act as a voice for the local voluntary sector for voluntary and community groups

 

We attend meetings with:

Erewash Local Strategic Partnership

Derbyshire Partnership Forum

Derbyshire Economic Partnership

Long Eaton Chamber of Trade

Derbyshire Constabulary

Police Commissioner

Erewash Dementia Action Alliance

 

Membership is Free for the First year!

There after the cost is £10.00 per annum payable on a rolling basis provides some discounted prices and a voice at our Annual Meeting. Members can borrow equipment from us and use our colour photocopying and scanning services.

 

The best reason to become a member is to give your group or organisation a voice.

 

Download our membership leaflet and form here.

 

We send out regular emails and newsletters to groups and to volunteers. You do not even have to be a member!

 

Our Annual reports can be downloaded from the Charity Commission website. Put our name or charity number in the search box.

 

We are funded by Derbyshire County Council, Erewash Clinical Commissioning Group, our own earnings and public donations.

 

We are members of Long Eaton Chamber of Trade, East Midlands Chamber of Commerce, NAVCA and NCVO.

 

NAVCA Collaboration Report:

 

Erewash Voluntary Action CVS registered Charity No. 1069838

Company Limited by Guarantee No 3537038

 

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Coming soon

 


 

If you would like to volunteer for any of the below projects, please download our application form here.

Our projects include:

·       Befriending / Sitting Service:

 

Sitting Service

The sitting service was set up to allow carers to get out and have a well earned break.

They may be caring for someone 24 hours a day without any respite and this service enables them to do whatever they wish for a while without worrying about their loved one.

 

Befriending Project

Our volunteers also befriend people in their area who are lonely, isolated or housebound. Calling in for a weekly chat and a cuppa goes a long way. Note:- Task is visiting in the home, not taking client out.

Not for those people in Residential / Nursing Homes or in Warden Assisted Housing.

 

 

BEFRIENDING WEEK 2017

Filming of our Tea Dance and coverage on the television of our befriending service.

Please click on the above link to see the video.

 

 

 

From the 1st May 2019 we will not be accepting any new referrals for our befriending service due to funding cuts.

 

 

 

·       Mental Health Volunteering

The role of the Mental Health Volunteer is to provide a befriending service to support people who are experiencing mental health issues. The aim is to enable and encourage the individual to join a local community group and participate in activities.

 

·       Community Connectors

Helping people of Erewash connect with other local people, activities, groups and services.

 

·       Shopping Project

We provide a shopping service for people who are unable to shop for themselves and have no family or friends to help. Shopping can be carried out on a weekly basis by volunteers if available. Shopping project Referrals are received from Social Services, Health professionals, or Call Derbyshire.

 

·       Transport Project

We provide a transport service for people (paid for via groups and organisations) who are unable to access public transport.

 

·       Home from Hospital Project

The Aim of the service is to provide support for vulnerable people when they leave hospital or for those living at home but at risk of admission to hospital. The service will provide short term practical support for up to six weeks.

 


 

Brokerage Volunteering

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.do-it.org.uk is the UK’s only national database of volunteer vacancies. It enables you to look for opportunities that suit you.

 

You can search by:-

 

Your Postcode

How far you are willing to travel

Area of Interest

Area of Activity

When you are available

 

Volunteer Centres are the local agencies that promote and develop volunteering. Many of the opportunities on Do-It come from Volunteer Centres.

 

If you can't find a suitable opportunity on Do-it, your local Volunteer Centre might be able to help.

Contact details are overleaf. Confidential interviews are available.

We recruit from all sectors of the community including, Voluntary, community, public and private sectors.

 

 

 


 

 

TRAINING

There are a number of training events coming up soon to provide support, advice and information for groups, organisations and individuals.

 

 

Training for volunteers who volunteer with children or vulnerable adults – we offer the Derbyshire Passport Scheme.

 

VCI Passport Scheme—Erewash

 

 

The Passport Scheme is a five week course FREE to volunteers.

 

Each session will cover a different topic as listed below.

 

If you want to develop your skills, add new qualifications,

brush up on your knowledge, or add  to your CV this course is the one for you.

 

 

Venue: The Granville Centre, Granville Ave, Long Eaton  NG10 4DH

 

http://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/community/volunteering/volunteer_passport/default.asp?VD=passport

 

Session 1

Equality, diversity and inclusion

Session 2

Keeping yourself and others safe

Session 3

First Aid

Session 4

Health and Safety

Session 5 

Person Centred Approach

 

 

 

At the end of the course volunteers will be awarded a certificate.

 

 

For more information or to book a place call

 

Stella Scott – Chief Executive Officer

Tel: 0115 9466740

stella@erewashcvs.org.uk

 

 

We also provide other training events – let us know what you need.

For the latest Training events download our current newsletter.


 

FUNDING INFORMATION

Is your Group Looking for Funding?

 

 Erewash Small Grants Scheme

 

The Erewash Small Grants Scheme is funded by Derbyshire County Council Adult Care Services and Erewash Borough Council.  The scheme also incorporates Derbyshire County Council Public Health small grants funding. 

 

Applicants must meet as a minimum one of the grant scheme health priorities which include the Erewash Public health locality priorities.

 

The scheme provides small grants up to a maximum of £1,500

 

If your group is thinking about a new project you are welcome to apply.

 

Funding is available if you are one of the following and are operating in the Erewash area:

      

¨ Community / Voluntary Group

¨ Not for profit group / organisation

¨ Charity

 

The Erewash Small Grants Scheme has no deadlines

 

Click for application form - Apply at anytime & Guidance notes

 

For an application pack contact Catriona - Development Worker at Erewash Voluntary Action - Tel 0115 9466740 or email catriona@erewashcvs.org.uk

 

All successful applications will be expected to complete an end of project evaluation report.

 

 

 

 

FIVE WAYS to WELLBEING GRANT

 

 

Small Grants Scheme 2019/20

 Applications up to £1000  will be considered

 

Derbyshire County Council Public Health department has set up a Five Ways to Wellbeing Small Grants Scheme which aims to improve the mental wellbeing of people living in Derbyshire by providing community based activities and services that help people access the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’.

The Five Ways to Wellbeing are Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning, and Give. These are simple things individuals can do in their everyday lives which have been proven to help people’s mental health and wellbeing.

Applications are welcome from voluntary and community groups/organisations delivering services in Erewash.

Click for application form - Apply at anytime & Guidance notes

DEADLINE FOR RETURN OF APPLICATIONS

Closed at the moment

 

 This grant scheme is administered by Erewash Voluntary Action. For more information contact Catriona Paterson - Development Worker

Tel: 0115 9466740

Email: Catriona@erewashcvs.org.uk

 

  

Foundation Derbyshire

Foundation Derbyshire manages an endowment fund of over £6 million. The average grant is around £1,000 and usually covers a 12 month period. Programmes may cover equipment (capital) and general running costs. Applicants are advised to seek confirmation from Foundation Derbyshire. Contact the grants team 01773 514860 or email hello@foundationderbyshire.org

 

 

 

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LATEST FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES – SEPTEMBER 2019

 

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Funding Opportunities August 2019

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FUNDING NEWS ALERT – JUNE 2019

Funding Opportunities June 2019

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Funding Opportunities February 2019

Funding Opportunities January 2019

Funding Opportunities December 2018

Funding Opportunities November 2018

Funding Opportunities October 2018

Funding Opportunities September 2018

 

 



EREWASH MENTAL HEALTH PARTNERSHIP

 

Erewash Voluntary Action is leading the Erewash Mental Health Partnership which is funded by Erewash Clinical Commissioning Group.

 

The Erewash Mental Health Partnership aims to develop opportunities for people with mental health issues to access local community groups and organisations in order to participate in activities.  Volunteering opportunities are also available and actively promoted to service receivers.

 

Erewash Voluntary Action is working with community groups and organisations in Erewash encouraging groups to become more mental health friendly. Mental Health Champions who have attended Mental Health First Aid England training are taking responsibility to ensure a welcoming and supportive environment for service receivers.

 

Volunteers are involved to befriend and introduce people to groups and activities supporting them to attend for the first few times.  Peer volunteers are also being included to help and encourage service receivers.  Volunteers are provided with mental health awareness training to develop their skills and understanding of mental health.

 

Information about Erewash activities is shared across the network included statutory, community and voluntary and private partners to help improve signposting and referrals.

 

Partnership events are organised for service receivers and partners.

 

For further details about the Erewash Mental Health Partnership contact

 

Catriona Paterson – Development Worker

Tel: 0115 9466740

catriona@erewashcvs.org.uk

 

 

 

The fifth edition of Erewash Engage the newsletter for the Erewash Mental Health Innovation Project. This is a new project aiming to develop opportunities for people who use mental health services to access local community groups and organisations. The project is also for those who feel joining a local group would help to improve their emotional health and well being.

 

Comments and feedback please send to Catriona Paterson Development Worker at Erewash Voluntary Action Catriona@erewashcvs.org.uk  Tel 0115 9466740

 

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COMMUNITY CONNECTORS

 

 

People of Erewash connecting with other local people, activities, groups and services.

 

Community Connectors are local people who will use their local knowledge and involvement to connect people of Erewash to other local people, services, activities and groups. We recognise local people living and working in Erewash know the community better than we do, and are the best people to help others.

 

A network of Community Connectors will be led by the people of Erewash, adopting a person-centred approach to improving health and wellbeing.

They will identify strengths, potentials and opportunities (assets) that already exist in the local community. By gathering the views of local people, they will establish what is important to people in their community, identify changes they would like to see and what would help to make those changes. This approach will empower local people by encouraging them to use the skills, knowledge and interests they already have and engage in the community. Existing connections will be further strengthen across Erewash by identifying and working with groups, forums or organisations we don’t already have links to. 

 

The Erewash Voluntary Action Development Worker will support Community Connectors who want to enhance and strengthen their involvement in their community. Connectors may be actively involved in a local group, regularly come into contact with local people or may already be supporting others and linking them to resources of some kind. They gather and share information on services and support within Erewash, and link people to existing groups, assistance and support. 

 Community Connectors will receive regular ongoing support from the Community Connectors Development Worker. Frequent one to ones and peer support meetings will be arranged, in addition to social events and access to a secure social media forum. They will receive training to enhance their existing knowledge and develop new skills. Agreed out of pocket expenses will also be paid.

 

If you would like to know more about Community Connectors or would like to get involved please contact 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                     

 

 

 

Social Connectors

 

Connecting people with health and wellbeing activities in the community that improve both their physical and mental health.

Social Connectors will help patients access social or lunch clubs, self help groups, leisure and sport activities, wellbeing groups and link them up with volunteering opportunities. 

 

Social Connectors will help patients access social or lunch clubs, self help groups, leisure and sport activities, wellbeing groups and link them up with volunteering opportunities.  

 

There are Social Connectors Drop in sessions near you and patients may also be offered face to face or telephone appointments with a Social Connector.

SOCIAL CONNECTORS DROP IN SESSIONS

  

Sawley Medical Centre                          Last Tuesday of the month, 10 - 12 noon.

Long Eaton Health Centre                     Last Wednesday of the month, 10 -11.30 am.

Followed by individual appointments

Littlewick Medical Centre                       Last Thursday of the month, 10 - 11.30 am. Followed by individual appointments

 

 

 

 

Jo Hallam - Development Worker         

Tel: 0115 9466740        

Jo@erewashcvs.org.uk

 

 

 


 

 

FUTURES IN MIND

 

 

Erewash Voluntary Action is working as part of the Future in Mind partnership in Erewash. Future in Mind is a government plan to help ensure that by 2020 children and young people are able to achieve positive emotional health by having access to high quality local provision as well as a range of support enabling self-help, recovery and wellbeing.

 

Erewash Voluntary Action is responsible for:

 

· Mapping voluntary and community groups that provide activities and opportunities for children and young people in Erewash.

 

· Identifying training needs of community and voluntary groups to help develop skills and understanding of mental health before issues and symptoms escalate.

 

· Organising mental health awareness training in children and young people to train leaders to become mental health friendly.

 

· Signposting and providing information to all organisations about groups and activities for children and young people.

 

· Organising the Erewash Children and Young People’s Wellbeing Network quarterly meeting to which any group or organisation can attend that are providing services for children and young people.

 

· Organising volunteer passport training for young people identified as potential volunteers.

 

For further details about Future in Mind contact either

Stella or Catriona at

Erewash Voluntary Action stella@erewashcvs.org.uk or Catriona@erewashcvs.org.uk

 

 

 

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Derbyshire Home from Hospital Support Service

South Derbyshire CVS (SDCVS) are pleased to be able to share the news that they have been successful in tendering for the Derbyshire Home from Hospital Support Service. SDCVS will be leading a consortium of voluntary sector organisations from across Derbyshire which includes Amber Valley CVS, Chesterfield Volunteer Centre, Erewash Voluntary Action CVS and Voluntary and Community Services Peaks and Dales. The service will cover the whole of Derbyshire, excluding Derby City, and will be delivered by a combination of staff and volunteers. The aim of the service is to provide practical support for vulnerable people when they leave hospital or for those living at home but at risk of admission to hospital.

The service will provide the following sorts of short term practical support for up to six weeks:

  • Undertaking simple shopping and ensuring the client has a plan in place for this at the service end date.
  • Making sure the home environment is warm, comfortable and clean.
  • Arranging for key safes to be fitted and community alarm or telecare systems to be provided, where this is an identified need.
  • Supporting clients to pay bills and make appointments.
  • Collecting clients’ medication prescriptions.
  •  Supporting clients to maintain and improve their social networks.
  •  Supporting clients to understand care options and plan their future support.
  • Signposting to other statutory, voluntary sector and community organisations.

During the six week period the service providers will also work with people to make sure that they are able to manage independently or with the right support from other appropriate services.

The new contract will start from 1st April 2019, more information will become available as the service is implemented during the next few months. If you would like more information please contact:

Pam Wood

Direct Services Manager

South Derbyshire CVS

www.sdcvs.org.uk

pamw@sdcvs.org.uk

01283 219761

 


 

 

COMMUNITY DIRECTORY DERBYSHIRE

 

 The most up-to-date list of all the voluntary and community groups active in Derbyshire

 

 The voluntary groups, organisations, social clubs, charities, social enterprises in this directory are all based in - or work within - Derby and Derbyshire.

 The directory is maintained and contributed to by a network of 14 organisations across the region including ourselves.

 www.communitydirectoryderbyshire.org.uk

 

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Disclosure and Barring Scheme Check

 

As voluntary groups often support vulnerable people and children you may be asked to complete a DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) check. 

A criminal record does not necessarily prevent you from volunteering. Erewash Voluntary Action will process any DBS forms for their direct service volunteers.

 

Erewash Borough Council can act as an umbrella body for local voluntary organisations. The charities are responsible for checking their own applications which are then passed to the Personnel department at the Borough Council for further checking, processing and countersigning.

 


Volunteer Celebration 'Race

TEADANCE

The Volunteer centre holds a monthly Tea Dance:

Come Along and Be Part of our Wednesday Afternoon Social Club

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month. 1.30pm - 3.30pm

£3 each - includes tea/coffee and cakes/biscuits

For those who wish, optional dancing to music from the golden era of tea dances will be available!

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Inside our building

 

HALL

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BUXTON ROOM

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THEOBALD ROOM

   

KITCHEN

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We also have two interview rooms, one holds up to 6 people the other is 1 to 1 room.

MAIN ENTRANCE OFF CAR PARK

 

 

 Room Hire

 

Erewash Volunteer Action has several fully equipped rooms for hire by community voluntary groups, suitable for either meetings or training events with catering for any event.

 

Rooms are versatile for different layouts. Tea & Coffee can be provided.

 

Full Disabled Access. The premises were designed for use by disabled people and are used regularly by Derbyshire Adult Community Education and other training providers.

 

U3A have various Interest groups that meet at Erewash Voluntary Action. Photography, Coffee Morning, Mixed Media, Dance, Quiz Group, Laptop Group, Gardening Group & Family History.

 

Rooms for 2 or 3 people to around 100. Wi-Fi, projector, screen, flipcharts available. We also may be able to offer long term office accommodation.

 

Car Park and on street parking.

 

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0115 946 6740

BETWEEN 9AM AND 5PM

(4.30PM Fridays)

E-mail: enquiries@erewashcvs.org.uk

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Erewash Volunteer Action

Granville Avenue

Long Eaton

Derbyshire

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Last updated: 2nd September 2019

Erewash Voluntary Action - CVS is a Company Limited by Guarantee Registered in England & Wales No 3537038 and a

Registered Charity (England & Wales) No 1069838.

We gratefully acknowledge support from Derby & Derbyshire CCG, Derbyshire County Council and the people of Erewash

 

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