FLOODING – WHERE YOU CAN GET SUPPORT

Property Resilience Grants information (administered by ESBC)Flooding | ESBC (eaststaffsbc.gov.uk) Flooding and Drainage page on the SCC website, responsibilities  Flooding and drainage – Staffordshire County Council Staffordshire Prepared  Staffordshire Prepared – Flooding And the National Flood Forum which has useful guidance  National Flood Forum – A charity to help, support and represent people at risk of flooding.

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COMMUNITY TESTING STEPPED UP IN COVID HOTSPOTS

Community Testing Stepped up in  Covid Hotspots   People living in Covid community hotspots across are being urged to make time to get tested – even if they have no symptoms. Despite everyone’s best efforts, the number of Covid cases in the county has increased for the second week in a row. The whole of Newcastle borough and all Burton upon Trent wards are now classed as hotspots. […]

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ROAD CLOSURE – 14TH JANUARY – B5016 YOXALL ROAD IN WOODHOUSES

STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (AS AMENDED) ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991 DIVERSION OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC B5016 Yoxall Road Woodhouses NOTICE is hereby given that the Staffordshire County Council on 14th January 2021 made an Order the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding in that length of B5016 Yoxall Road in Woodhouses from its junction with Meadow Lane and […]

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HAPPY AT HOME – NEW INTERACTIVE ON LINE TOOL

People who want to be more independent in their own homes are being urged to try out a new interactive online tool. The innovative ‘Happy at Home’ house will help highlight the range of simple and affordable assistive technology equipment available to people who may be struggling with everyday tasks around the home. The resource allows users to take a tour around a typical home, prompting them about […]

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TATENHILL FLOODING

Tatenhill Flooding Back in February, pre Covid19, two storms (Ciara and Dennis) had a significant impact on some properties in the village. Currently four of these have yet to be inhabited again. The parish council started to look at this situation in February but then the Corona virus and lockdown intervened. The flooding arose from the sheer volume of water running off the hillsides, filling the drains (land […]

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VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR

  VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR – The Parish Council has places for 7 Councillors, all of whom work as volunteers.  The last election (May 2019) returned only 6.  Council is looking to ‘co-opt’ an individual to restore Council to full complement. HOW MUCH TIME DOES IT TAKE? As much as you have available. It is a way of actively contributing to your community; helping to make it a […]

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