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Council Tax bills drop through letterboxes

Stone residents should have received their Council Tax bills this week and it’s good news on the whole, with most local authorities that make up the charge setting a zero per cent increase. Stafford Borough Council, Staffordshire County Council, Staffordshire Police and Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire Fire Authority have all set the same charge for 2011/12 as they did for 2010/11. ...

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Win dinner/B&B for two at the Dog & Doublet!

The Dog & Doublet at Sandon re-opens on Friday 1st April following a major refurbishment. A Little Bit Of Stone has teamed up with The Lewis Partnership to offer a great prize on opening night – a table for two for dinner, overnight stay in one of the comfortable en-suite bedrooms and breakfast on the Saturday morning. In 1905 Lord ...

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Help tomorrow take shape with Census 2011

On 27th March all residential households in the United Kingdom will be taking part in a census and Stone residents have been urged to make sure they play their part. Since 1801 a day has been chosen every 10 years for this purpose (except in 1941 during the Second World War). The census provides an excellent source of information about the ...

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Get litter picking in Walton!

Keep Stone Tidy’s first litter pick of the year takes place on Saturday 26th February – and all Stone residents are invited to get involved and help to keep the town spick and span. The liter-pick will start at 10am and last for about two hours. The focus of the first litter-pick of the year is Walton, with the subway ...

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Mobile mast bid for Christchurch Way

Vodafone and O2 want to build a new mast in Stone on Christchurch Way. The mobile phone giants have applied to Stafford Borough Council to build a 10m-high mast with six antannae, close to First Steps Day Nursery on the High Street. The location is opposite Christ Church, just to the east of 9 Radford Road. Nursery manager  Christine Payne ...

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New travel schemes for young and old

Young and older people in Stone are set to benefit from new schemes that will provide free and subsidised travel across the county. Staffordshire County Council will give free 24/7 bus transport to people aged over 65 or with a disability plus a carer. In addition under-20s will get the right to travel anywhere within Staffordshire for just £1 per ...

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First Keep Stone Tidy litter pick of 2011

Keep Stone Tidy’s first litter-pick of 2011 will take place on Saturday 26th February – and all Stone residents are invited to get involved and help to keep the town litter-free. The liter-pick will start at 10am and last for about two hours. The focus of the first litter-pick of the year is Walton, with the subway and the immediate areas ...

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Police meeting at The Bonnie Gem

Officers from Stone Neighbourhood Policing Unit are holding a community meeting on Tuesday 15th February at the Bonnie Gem pub in Pirehill Lane, Walton. Officers will be at the pub from 6pm and want residents to go along to chat about concerns in their communities. It’s an ideal opportunity to get to know our local officers in a very informal setting.

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Back to the 70s for Stone Music Festival

Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry tribute band Roxy Magic have been revealed as the headline band for this year’s Stone Music Festival – with a great 70s-themed finale set to finish festival week in style! Roxy Magic will headline the main stage in the High Street on Sunday 29th May. Also appearing on the Sunday will be 70s tribute band ...

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Send your best wishes to William and Kate

People in Stone can send messages to Prince William and Kate Middleton for their wedding day through a congratulatory book at the county council. County council Chairman Erica Bayliss will present a bound commemorative book to Buckingham Palace so it can be forwarded to the royal couple before the wedding day on Friday 29th April. Each message from Stone residents and ...

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