Small actions make a big difference

Small actions add up to make a big difference

What one more thing can you do for you and yours?What one more thing can you do for you and yours?

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#DoingOurBit

We can make Staffordshire an even better place to live and work, despite far less money coming from government.

It means working together differently, where the county council prioritises its legal duties and cares for the most vulnerable people in our communities, and everyone does one more thing to help themselves and those around them.

What is #DoingOurBit and why it's important for us all

What is #DoingOurBit and why it's important for us all
Reasons we should all do more

Reasons we should all do more
Why people are pledging to do their bit

Why people are pledging to do their bit

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Clare’s story about doing one more thing for her health and wellbeing

Clare’s story: Doing one more thing for her health and wellbeing
Deborah’s story about doing one more thing to help those who are struggling

Deborah’s story: Doing one more thing to help those who are struggling
Howard and Jan’s story about doing one more thing to help where they live clean, green and safe

Howard and Jan: Doing one more thing to keep where they live clean, green and safe

Help us to fight loneliness

Loneliness can affect anyone at any point in their lives and can have an impact on our health, wellbeing, productivity and self-esteem. But we can all take small steps to help ourselves and others to beat loneliness.

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