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Staffordshire will move to very high COVID alert level on 2 December

Registration service standards

We are commited to delivering a service which meets a statutory standard for the registration of births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships. 

We regularly monitor customer satisfaction which is then used to improve the service that we deliver. If you would like to provide us with feedback, please email registrars enquiries

Our customer service standards set out a number of standards across telephone and written communication including email and those services delivered face-to-face and will help us deliver the promises we've made to the public in the county council's Customer Charter.

 

 

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Latest news

Beauty spot visitors urged to park responsibly

Visitors to the county's beauty spots and countryside are being reminded to park responsibly and only use official parking.
Date:
27 November 2020

Staffordshire To Move To Very Highest Tier For Covid-19 After Lockdown

Staffordshire is to be escalated to the Covid-19 Very High Alert Level when the current national lockdown restrictions end on December 2.
Date:
26 November 2020

Residents in Moorlands Covid-19 Hotspots Urged to Get Tested

Residents in parts of the Staffordshire Moorlands are being urged to book a test for Covid-19.
Date:
25 November 2020

Leader welcomes the relaxing of restrictions with a cautionary note for Staffordshire

Staffordshire residents and businesses are being asked to remain cautious despite the imminent ending of the second national 'lockdown'.
Date:
23 November 2020

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