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Stafford Councillor urges Landlords to make sure their house is in order

Landlords in Stafford Borough are being warned to make sure their house is in order to avoid being hit in the pocket following two recent cases.

Cllr J Pert

Businesses thanked for Covid response

The vast majority of businesses in Stafford Borough that have been allowed to stay open during the third national lockdown have acted responsibly, a senior councillor has said.

Cllr J Price

Farmers’ Markets in Stafford Borough cancelled for February

The Farmers’ Market in Stone will not go ahead next month (February).

fruit and veg

Support still available for vulnerable and isolated residents

There has been an increase in residents asking for help from Stafford Borough Council recently as a result of the pandemic, a councillor has revealed.

Vulnerable and Isolated

Staffordshire Leaders call for workers to get tested

The leaders of Staffordshire’s county, borough and district councils have joined forces to appeal for all workers who can’t work from home to book a regular Covid test – as part of the rollout of mass testing of people without symptoms.

Six pence rise for Stafford Borough Council tax

Residents will pay an extra six pence a week in tax to Stafford Borough Council from April.

Tax Rise

Stafford Borough residents without Covid symptoms urged to book tests as testing centres open on Monday

People who must leave their homes during the lockdown are being urged to keep getting tested - as eight new community testing centres open across Staffordshire on Monday (18 January).

Tree provides symbol of hope for residents in Stafford

A Christmas Tree in Stafford will continue shining brightly this month – after residents said it was giving them a lift during lockdown.

Island Christmas Tree

Share of new £4 billion lockdown pot to help Stafford Borough businesses

Many Stafford Borough businesses in the hospitality, retail and leisure sector could be in line for a new one-off top up payment announced by the Chancellor this week.

Cash

Crematorium recycling gives bereavement charity a £10k boost

Recycled artificial hip and knee joints have helped towards a £10,000 donation to a charity which supports people who have suffered bereavement in Stafford Borough.

Tixall Road Crematorium

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