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Staffordshire families whose babies were born on the day of the King’s Coronation have attended a special tea party where they were presented with a commemorative mug. The idea was part of the county’s celebrations for the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla on Saturday 6 May.  The gifts were given to the […]

Nine new all-electric vehicles will be hitting the road in Staffordshire as part of the county council’s highways fleet. The nine Renault Zoes are 100 per cent electric and will be used by highways officers to travel around the county making their inspections. Because these cars do not use fossil fuels, it is estimated that […]

A major roundabout near the M6 Toll which is used by many Staffordshire residents will be undergoing a £350,000 refurbishment. The A5195 Burntwood Way roundabout, at the junction of T6 on the M6 Toll, will undergo a two-week resurfacing programme in June. As well as resurfacing, the scheme will include reinstating road markings, resettling kerbs, […]

Officers are continuing to investigate an assault in Stoke-on-Trent where a woman sadly died. We were called to Kingsdale Close, Meir, just before 5pm on Friday (18 May) after receiving reports of an assault. Officers found a 46-year-old woman and a man in his 30s inside. Whist officers were arresting the man downstairs, the woman […]

Changes to the disposal of trade and bulky waste are to be introduced at Staffordshire’s Household Waste Recycling Centres to help curb queues for residents.   Members of the county council’s Cabinet approved the introduction of permits for van/trailers at their meeting on Wednesday The changes follow public consultation and now require Staffordshire residents with vans […]

A new fund will help county councillors tackle potholes in their local area. The £2 million fund will be used to tackle defects already reported to Staffordshire County Council by the public, and gives county councillors the opportunity to prioritise local repairs above other non-urgent repairs. The money is part of the £4.8 million the […]

Staffordshire County Council are urging residents not to cut their grass in May and to join Plantlife’s annual ‘No Mow May’ campaign.  The campaign aims to help support wildlife, creating a haven for them while improving biodiversity. By letting long grass and wildflowers grow naturally, lawns become healthier, and wildlife thrives. With nearly 97 per […]

Staffordshire County Council want to hear about babies born in Staffordshire on 6 May 2023, the date of King Charles Coronation, so that we can make a right royal fuss of them! To celebrate the birth of babies born in Staffordshire on the day of the Coronation we’re presenting them with a commemorative Coronation mug. […]

A new Vice Lord-Lieutenant for the county has been appointed by Mr Ian Dudson CBE KStJ, the Lord-Lieutenant of Staffordshire, with HM The King’s approval. Vice Lord-Lieutenant, Mr Graham Robert Morley was appointed to the role on Sunday 30 April 2023.  He will support the Lord-Lieutenant in his duties and will stand-in for him when […]

Thousands of people from across Staffordshire turned out for the county’s eighth Staffordshire Day celebrations on Monday. A food festival, garden party and breakfast train were amongst the events and activities taking place over the weekend. This year’s theme was all about sustainability, celebrating the many ways our county is doing its bit to reduce […]