Market traders in Stafford are looking forward to getting back to business when the indoor venue throws open its doors to the public for the first time since lockdown.
Around 3,000 people attended the Farmers’ Market in Stone at the weekend on its return to the town for the first time since lockdown.
Social distancing signs are being erected around towns in Stafford Borough as part of measures to prepare for the reopening of more businesses next week (Monday 15 June).
The Farmers’ Market in Stone will take place this Saturday (13 June) after the weather thwarted a return to the town last weekend.
New calendars showing collection days for residents are being delivered to homes across the borough from next week.
A senior councillor is warning residents to check the credentials of people offering to remove rubbish from their homes after a woman from Stoke on Trent was fined.
Stonefield Park tennis courts will be out of action from next week to undergo improvement work.
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.