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COMMONWEALTH TREES TO BE PLANTED BY ROYAL APPOINTMENT

Erewash MP Maggie Throup is asking local schools and community groups across Erewash to come forward with proposals of where to plant five new trees that have been donated by the Woodland Trust as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Scheme.

Maggie welcomes multi-million pound ambulance investment

Local MP Maggie Throup has welcomed the announcement of £4,992,000 to improve ambulance services across the East Midlands.

The funding is part of £36.3 million of sustainability and transformation partnership (STP) funding announced by the Health Minister Stephen Barclay.

Labour has misled the public over local hospital

Erewash MP Maggie Throup has moved to reassure local residents over the future provision of services at Ilkeston Community Hospital, and has spoken of her anger at attempts by Labour to unduly cause alarm.

New Footbridge at Bennerley boosts Viaduct Project

The opening of the new railway footbridge over the Midland Main Line will give visitors and local people much improved access to the magnificent 19th century wrought iron Bennerley Viaduct.

Maggie welcomes boost for Construction Workers

Recent figures show that the latest wages in the Construction industry are £92 a week higher than they were in May 2010. 

These figures are a welcome boost for the 2250 plumbers, joiners and builders across Erewash. 

Maggie holds Derbyshire PCC to account over spending

During a recent session of questions to the Prime Minister, Erewash MP Maggie Throup highlighted a story first published by the Derby Telegraph which uncovered the fact that Labour’s Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire is to spend over £90,000 of taxpayer’s money on recruiting two additi