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COVID-19 Support and Recovery Fund

The COVID-19 Support and Recovery Fund closed for new applications on 30 October 2020 at 23.59. No new applications are accepted after that date, but applications which have already been made can be accessed (if notified) via the button below.

Information on payments already made can be viewed on the projects supported in 2020 page.

Please note that there will be a pause in processing and payment of remaining applications during the period 22 December 2020 - 4 January 2021.

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People urged to get vaccinated before Christmas

The importance of vaccination is being reiterated by public health chiefs ahead of the festive season, as changes to vaccine eligibility come into effect.
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People are being reminded to do what they can to help reduce the spread of avian influenza following confirmation of cases in Staffordshire.
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Know Your Rights Ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Shoppers looking to bag a bargain ahead of Christmas are being urged to get to know their rights and avoid being ripped off or scammed.
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Bird Keepers Urged to be Vigilant to Help Reduce Risk of Bird Flu

Poultry and bird keepers across Staffordshire are being encouraged to maintain good bio-security amongst their birds, to help reduce the risks of avian influenza.
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