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Community and living

Staffordshire communities are the heart of our county and we want to make sure they are safe prosperous places to live and work.

We work with our partners across the county, including the police, fire authority, district and borough councils to get to the heart of what matters to local people

Staffordshire celebrates Birmingham 2022 hosting two games events

Staffordshire celebrates Birmingham 2022 hosting two games events

Description
Staffordshire has been celebrating the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games this week, as the county hosted two events and top international athletes.
Date:
04 August 2022
Families urged to have a safe summer

Families urged to have a safe summer

Description
People are being encouraged to follow sensible precautions and enjoy a safe summer.
Date:
02 August 2022
Tackling the rise in illegal vapes and e-cigarettes

Tackling the rise in illegal vapes and e-cigarettes

Description
Operations to tackle the illegal sale of vapes and e-cigarettes in Staffordshire are underway following an increase in seizures.Trading Standards officers with Staffordshire County Council are responding to a rise in the availability and sale of illegal and unregulated vape products across the county.
Date:
27 July 2022
Residents get set for Birmingham 2022 events in Staffordshire

Residents get set for Birmingham 2022 events in Staffordshire

Description
As the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games finally gets under way this week, Staffordshire residents are being reminded of two events taking place in the county.
Date:
25 July 2022
Residents urged to get vaccinated this summer

Residents urged to get vaccinated this summer

Description
Mo the mobile vaccination bus returns to Staffordshire this week, and will be providing a walk-in service offering first, second and booster jabs.
Date:
25 July 2022
Council funding having a real impact on local communities

Council funding having a real impact on local communities

Description
Staffordshire residents are benefiting from projects thanks to local community funding and backing from county councillors.
Date:
25 July 2022
Hundreds turn out to watch Queen's Baton Relay with Games just days away

Hundreds turn out to watch Queen's Baton Relay with Games just days away

Description
Hundreds of people have turned out to watch the Queen's Baton Relay as it toured the streets of Staffordshire this week with the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games now just days away.
Date:
22 July 2022
People reminded to stay safe as temperatures set to peak this afternoon

People reminded to stay safe as temperatures set to peak this afternoon

Description
People are being reminded to stay safe in the heat with the Met Office forecasting temperatures of 39 degrees in parts of Staffordshire today.
Date:
19 July 2022
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Contact the newsroom

These contact details are for journalists and members of the media only:

Email: pressoffice@staffordshire.gov.uk
Call: 01785 895050

If you are not a journalist or member of the media and have a general enquiry please:

Email: contactus@staffordshire.gov.uk
Call: 0300 111 8000