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Fouling success in borough villages

Two villages who joined a Stafford Borough Council campaign to reduce the amount of dog fouling in their area this year have already seen positive results.

Dog fouling success in villages

Litter campaign targets the L plates

A new initiative to highlight the problem of littering from vehicles has been launched.

Frank Finlay and Luke Hill aged 17 learner driver

Businesses urged to drop in on Ironman

Local businesses are being invited to a drop-in event in Stafford, to see how they can benefit from this year’s IRONMAN 70.3 Staffordshire event.

Ironman

Play and leisure facilities in Stone to benefit from land sale

Money from the sale of land in Stone will be spent on new play facilities for youngsters in the town.

Local boss becomes new partnership head

Local businesswoman, Mary Walker, has become the new head of the Town Centre Partnership in Stafford.

Mary Walker

Open day with a difference in Stafford

Residents and visitors are being invited to an open day – at a cemetery in Stafford.

Chapel

Mayoral rewind as Barbara visits parlour

The oldest surviving former First Citizen of the Borough paid a visit to the Mayor’s parlour more than 30 years after being in office.

Barbara Bower revisits Mayor's Parlour

Speaker sees council's homeless work is well in Order Order

Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, is the latest high profile figure to show an interest in the work being done to help the homeless in Stafford.

Photo is of the speaker with from L to R Jeremy Lefroy, Jeremy Pert and Tom Harrison

Time running out to have your say

There is only a few days left for people to have a say on ideas for recreational activities and leisure facilities for a popular park in Stone.

Westbridge Park

Snow drops not a problem for cemetery friends

There was more than a drop of snow in the award winning grounds of the crematorium in Stafford.

Snow drops not a problem for cemetery friends

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