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HS2 consultation event in Yarnfield

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HS2 is holding an event in Stone as part of its consultation into the second phase of the planned high-speed rail line. HS2 is holding a series of drop-in information events near the Phase Two route, including one at Yarnfield Park (Yarnfield Lane, Yarnfield ST15 0NL) on Thursday 24th October between 12pm and 8pm. There’s an event in Stafford on ...

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Hospital administrators face public in Stone

The administrators of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust faced the public in Stone last night as part of the consultation into their proposals for the future of hospital services for Mid Staffordshire. Financial administrator Alan Bloom and clinical administrator Hugo Mascie-Taylor answered questions and explained their proposals to around 200 people at St Dominic’s Priory School. The Trust Special ...

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Keep Westbridge Park Green press release

Keep Westbridge Park Green issued a press release today calling on Stafford Borough Council to “stand by its commitment to withdraw the proposal for a supermarket on the Park given the opposition of residents”. Campaign organisers say that over 700 people completed consultation forms at the KWPG stand on the High Street recently, with the huge majority opposed to a ...

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Park aviary all set for makeover

Stonefield Park’s aviary will get a £15,000 makeover after its refurbishment was backed by local residents in a consultation run by Stafford Borough Council. People living near the park were asked back in March if they wanted to see the aviary refurbished or removed – and refurbishment came out on top by a decisive 45 votes to 1. £15,000 was ...

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Park aviary consultation under way

Stafford Borough Council’s consultation into the future of Stonefield Park’s aviary is now under way, with addresses near the park getting a questionnaire. The questionnaire states: “The bird aviary is a traditional feature in Stonefield Park but is in need of replacement. Some people think the bird aviary provides an educational opportunity to see birds in your local environment and ...

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Council wants to limit new housing in Stone

Only 500 new houses should be built in Stone in the next two decades after significant housing growth in the town in recent years – that’s the view of Stafford Borough Council in a consultation on development across the borough. The council has asked people to suggest where new homes should go and has also invited views on land it ...

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Commuters urged to have a say on rail upgrade

Commuters in Stone can have their say on plans to “revolutionise” the West Coast Mainline with proposed £200 million improvements to a junction near the town. Network Rail wants to revamp the Norton Bridge junction, which it describes as “like a roundabout in the middle of the M6”. Trains on the slow line to Crewe and the North West currently ...

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