Our use of cookies We use necessary cookies to make our site work. Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as security, network management, website analytics and accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions. The cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone. For more information on how these cookies work, please see our privacy policy.

To agree to our use of cookies, click the 'Accept' button.
Accept
 

County Buildings

County Buildings is a magnificent Grade II* listed building set in the heart of Stafford built in 1895. The building is the Headquarters of the democratically elected County Councillors for Staffordshire and its purpose is to offer Staffordshire people a centrally located, prestigious venue, for events. It is the location for holding the committees of Staffordshire County Council to which the public are invited & civic events.

What's available?

Location

County Buildings can be found at:

County Buildings,
Martin Street,
Stafford
ST16 2LE

Contact

Please either call 01785 276222 or email  county buildings.

There are no results that match your search criteria


Latest news

Major Staffordshire business steps in to support care workers

One of Staffordshire's top employers has stepped in to lend its support to the county's army of care workers following an appeal last week.
Date:
06 April 2020

Highways crews help keep frontline staff safely on the move during coronavirus pandemic

Highways teams across Staffordshire will be continuing their work to carry out road repair and improvement schemes across the county during the coronavirus pandemic.
Date:
03 April 2020

Council mourns dedicated public servant

Colleagues are mourning the death of senior colleague Mick Harrison MBE
Date:
03 April 2020

New fund launches to help communities affected by Coronavirus

Community and voluntary groups from across Staffordshire are being invited to apply for funding to help support their local communities through the Coronavirus crisis and beyond.
Date:
01 April 2020

Visit the Staffordshire Newsroom