Another jam-packed edition of the Ilkeston Advertiser hits the shelves tomorrow. Here are a few of the things you’ll find inside.
Tributes are paid to tragic Ilkeston pensioner 86-year-old Derek Levers, who sadly died following an alleged altercation at his home.
Blood donor Jeremy Cliff, a forklift truck driver from Ilkeston, receives a commemorative award for reaching 100 donations or more.
Ilkeston woman Joy Biddell shares her story after struggling with mental illness for over ten years.
Royal Navy petty officer Kieran Woodward from Ilkeston is set to make his way over 800 miles from Plymouth to Newcastle-upon-Tyne in seven days to raise money for charity.
Parties confirm their candidates for the Erewash seat in the General Election.
And of course there’s your usual helping of community news, letters, columns and more.
As well as all this, there’s your guide to what’s on when and where in our entertainment section GO! and all the latest sport headlines at the back end.
Don’t forget to pick up your copy!