SNEAK PEEK: What’s in this week’s Ilkeston Advertiser?

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There’s so much in your packed Ilkeston Advertiser this week, here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside...

Work on Ilkeston’s £50million railway station is nearing completion - more than half a century after the last one closed.

Erewash saw some heavy metal action when a tractor race made its way through the district - all in the name of charity.

We hear how two MPs are backing a campaign to have Bennerley Viaduct restored as a walking and cycling route.

Readers learn what it’s like to be up close and personal with a variety of creatures and critters as we interview a woman who hosts interactive animal workshops.

Stage show Cilla and the Shades of the 60s brings the music of a bygone era to life on the front of our entertainment section Go, which as ever offers a full round-up of what’s on and where.

And there could be light at the end of the tunnel for an Ilkeston FC wage dispute in the sports section.