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#EverydayHero works around the clock to ensure rough sleepers remain off the street

Carlton Espley, Tenancy Sustainment Officer, Stafford Borough Council has been recognised for the practical support he has been providing to keep rough sleepers off the street during lockdown and to secure tenancies after lockdown.

Man from council on a mission to keep the streets and parks clean

Paul Bowen, Streetscene Operative, at Stafford Borough Council has been recognised as part of West Midlands Employers (WME) #EverydayHeroes campaign, having been nominated for his commitment and strong work ethic.

Be part of your community’s future by working on Census 2021

The Office for National Statistics is hiring hundreds of people across every region of England and Wales to work in a range of community roles and make Census 2021 a success.

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Don’t die of ignorance - Councillors plea to help warm homes

People living in six thousand homes across Stafford Borough will not be able to heat their properties properly when the cold weather comes.

Help for warm homes from Councillors

Complaints to Government Watchdog down in Stafford Borough

Complaints to a local government watchdog about Stafford Borough Council have fallen.

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Forms hitting doorsteps in Stafford Borough

Forms are dropping on the doormats of thousands of households to make sure Stafford Borough’s electoral register is up to date.

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Last chance for cash as council makes final push on small business funding

Time is running out for small businesses in Stafford Borough to claim a share of the £3 million that remains from a Government grant scheme.

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Pubs reminded how they can do their bit to prevent the spread of Covid-19

Pubs and licensed premised across the Stafford Borough are being reminded how they can do their bit to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Al fresco boost for hospitality sector in Stafford

Plans that will cut through red tape to help the hospitality industry following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions have been approved.

Community project comes to an end after helping nearly 700 people

A community project delivering food to vulnerable people in Stafford at the height of the coronavirus pandemic has come to an end after helping nearly 700 residents.

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