Tag: Staffordshire County Council
Staffordshire watersports clubs are hoping to boost membership after a £5.5million project to repair Chasewater Reservoir.
Chase Sailing Club and Chase Watersports Centre were forced to use other locations for three years during repairs.
Staffordshire County Council has launched a new customer alert service to provide election news and voting reminders online.
Information will go straight into the customer’s email account as soon as it’s released, keeping more people up to date about the election.
Nine out of ten parents in Staffordshire have been given their first choice primary school for next year.
The figures come as the county battles to deal with a birth rate increase of more than ten per cent, meaning an extra 1,000 class spaces are required.
No roads will be closed despite thousands preparing to take part in the Save Stafford Hospital march.
Up to 40,000 people are expected to take to the streets in a show of support after the Mid-Staffordshire NHS Trust was put into administration.
Part of a major road in Hanley has been shut after high winds blew part of the roof off a building.
Upper Huntbach Street was closed after the Job Centre Plus building was damaged.
Plans to boost Staffordshire’s economy through improved rail links have been drawn up at the county’s first ever summit on the subject.
More than 60 organisations took part in the discussions which will now be put into a formal document.
Gritting teams across Staffordshire say they are ready to keep up the battle to keep the winter weather at bay.
Icy conditions are expected as the recent snow begins to melt away, but Staffordshire County Council’s fleet of 55 gritters are set to continue to the fight keep the region’s roads clear.
A Staffordshire councillor has said a new adoption map is “good news” for children waiting to find a new family in the region.
The Government has introduced the scheme to show the number of youngsters waiting to be adopted in each local authority.
Trade union UNISON has called on residents to appeal to Staffordshire County Council to vote against privatising school services.
Councillors will vote on whether to allow school cleaning, maintenance and canteen services across the county to be run primarily by Capita.
Staffordshire’s new Police and Crime Commissioner claims he has nothing to prove – despite his £75,000 salary.
Former Staffordshire County Councillor Matthew Ellis is now officially in office as the county’s new PCC after taking an oath of impartiality.