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Stafford Borough Need Views on Booze Zones Rules

Residents and businesses are being asked for their views on changes to rules that can help stop people causing anti social behaviour in areas of Stafford Borough. Restrictions on, for example, where people can drink alcohol or the number of dogs a person can walk at any one time, will come into force with new national legislation in October. The ...

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Staffordshire Roads – Have Your Say

People can play their part in future improvements and  have their say on Staffordshire’s road network through a survey issued this week. The National Highways and Transport Public Satisfaction survey will be issued to a  sample of 3,300 Staffordshire residents. The survey results will help councils to share expertise, look at opportunities to work together and get the best value for ...

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Temporary traffic lights cause traffic misery

Temporary Traffic Lights

Motorists this mornings suffered misery from a set of temporary traffic lights that were deployed on the Lichfield Road / Uttoxeter Road junction in St0ne Following the failure of the lights on Thursday 8th June 2017, Staffordshire County Council tried throughout the weekend to fix an issue which had left the lights unusable.  With the lights off in all 4 ...

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Group look to challenge Aston Lodge development plan

blackies lane

A group will be meeting at the Frank Jordan Centre (Christchurch Room) at 7:30pm on Monday 12th June to discuss the recently passed “affordable homes” application for land on Aston Lodge The planning application was put forward by landowners Fradley Estates. The planning application was passed at the end of May by Stafford Borough Council following the initial rejection of ...

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Bill Cash – Conservative Party – Election Pitch

Bill Cash

We asked all 5 of the parliamentary candidates for Stone to send us their 2017 General Election Pitches Since 1984, I have had the honour of serving as a Staffordshire MP and since 1997 as MP for Stone. I have always fought to protect my constituents – young and elderly, town and country, businesses and farmers and professional people, winning ...

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Warmer Homes Service Renewed for Further Two Years

Stafford Borough Council’s affordable warmth service has recently been re-tendered for an additional two years. Stone residents can access free and impartial support to help lower their bills and improve the comfort within their homes. The WHS team help support residents in Fuel Poverty and those living in cold homes. WHS provides advice, offers home visits, signposts to additional services and ...

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Local Party hosts ‘Coffee with Candidate’ Afternoon

Sam Hale

The local Labour Party are hosting a ‘Coffee with the Candidate’ afternoon this Saturday (27th May)  to provide the opportunity for local residents to question their candidate in the upcoming General Election, Sam Hale. Sam, the Labour & Co-operative Party candidate for Stone, said: “Given the timescales of this snap election, it’s looking unlikely that a public hustings will be ...

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Crackdown across Staffordshire & the UK on Rogue Traders

Across the UK & Staffordshire, rogue traders and forceful doorstep sellers were targeted during a national day of action this week.   Police officers and Staffordshire County Council’s trading standards team targeted known unscrupulous traders known to be operating in the area. It was the twelfth annual Rogue Trader Operation. Wednesday’s day of action was part of a week of activities being led by trading ...

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Sam Hale selected as Labour Candidate for Stone

Sam Hale

Today we’ve had the first announcement of candidates for the forthcoming General Election (not to be confused with tomorrows County Council Election). Once again Stone Labour Party have selected Sam Hale as their Stone parliamentary candidate.   Commenting on his selection, Sam Hale said: “I’m delighted to be given this opportunity again to represent my home constituency and the community ...

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