The leader of Stafford Borough Council has called on the community to invoke the spirit of the original lockdown to help beat the virus.
Residents and businesses across Stafford Borough have been urged not to let the good work go to waste as the area was placed into the highest tier restrictions.
More than £14 million pound has been earmarked to help revitalise the High street in Stafford.
Streets will still be cleaned, household bins collected, and officers will be on-call to help the homeless during the traditional Christmas break.
A new campaign to get people back to the high streets safely in Stafford Borough has been launched.
A special festive Farmers’ Market is going ahead in Stone this weekend.
Shoppers will be able to park for free in Stafford town centre this Saturday afternoon.
There is still time for businesses in Stafford Borough to apply for a share of more than £2.5million pot to compensate for losses as a result of Covid-19 restrictions.
Residents are being urged to check their bin calendars so they know when their waste will be collected over the Christmas period.
Around £950,000 has been given out to businesses in Stafford Borough as part of the latest national lockdown fund.