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Volunteering opportunities

We normally offer a wide range of volunteering opportunities at Staffordshire Record Office, Stoke on Trent City Archives and the Lichfield History Access Point.  In view of the current government public health advice regarding social distancing, all on-site volunteering opportunities have been suspended until further notice.

Where possible we will try to enable distance working for existing volunteers.  Your group's volunteer co-ordinator will be in touch with you if this is appropriate.

If you are interested in volunteering with us please contact Melanie Williamson, Volunteer Coordinator melanie.williamson@staffordshire.gov.uk

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Financial Help for Vulnerable Families this Winter

People in Staffordshire facing financial hardship are being urged to apply for grants of up to £700 for food, heating and other essential items this winter.
Date:
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People in Staffordshire are being reminded about the dangers of counterfeit goods when shopping in the run up to Christmas.
Date:
08 December 2021

Excitement as Shortlist for Tourism Awards Announced

Thirty-seven of the county's best tourism and hospitality businesses will go head-to-head at the prestigious Enjoy Staffordshire Tourism & Good Food Awards 2021-22.
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People who keep birds and poultry are now being asked to keep their birds indoors to help limit the spread of avian flu.
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