The Farmers’ Market in Stafford will return to the town on Saturday 11 July.
NHS staff and other critical care workers will still be able to park for free when charges return on borough council run car parks later this month (June).
Grants of up to £25k are now available to small businesses in Stafford Borough who may have missed out on previous Government funding.
Litter louts have been blasted by a senior councillor in Stafford Borough after an increase in rubbish being left in parks over the weekend.
The Farmers’ Market in Stone is due to move to Westbridge Park next month under plans to return the popular event safely to the town.
Retailers across Stafford Borough are being encouraged to contact the council if they are concerned about reopening their business following the Covid-19 lockdown.
Around 7,000 residents have been contacted by Stafford Borough Council to make sure they are safe and well during the Covid-19 lockdown.
More than one million pounds will be available next month (June) to small businesses in Stafford Borough who have not been covered by existing grant schemes.
A self-employed builder who illegally dumped rubbish near a village in Stafford Borough has been handed a £400 fine.
People are being asked for information on rubbish that has been dumped illegally at villages in Staffordshire.