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.
More than £20 million for small businesses, 96% of office-based staff able to work remotely within two days of lockdown, and a 20% rise in recycling were just some of the highlights shared by senior councillors regarding the work of the authority during the coronavirus.
A scheme run by Stafford Borough Council and Central England Co-op has delivered around 300 food parcels to residents.
Senior councillors in Stafford will be giving an update on the local authority’s response to the Covid-19 crisis at a meeting today (5 May 2020).