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Town centre question time session for Walleys Quarry residents

Town centre question time session for Walleys Quarry residents

Description
Residents affected by Walleys Quarry can ask questions face-to-face with officials at the latest public meeting to be held on Wednesday, 1st December, at Castle House in Newcastle town centre.
Date:
25 November 2021
Public Urged Not To Touch Sick or Dead Birds - as Avian Influenza Confirmed in the County

Public Urged Not To Touch Sick or Dead Birds - as Avian Influenza Confirmed in the County

Description
People are being reminded to do what they can to help reduce the spread of avian influenza following confirmation of cases in Staffordshire.
Date:
19 November 2021
Businesses share green expertise to save carbon and money

Businesses share green expertise to save carbon and money

Description
Businesses big and small are sharing expertise to save money and carbon emissions through the Staffordshire Business Environment Network.
Date:
12 November 2021
Funding Available for Communities to Tackle Climate Change

Funding Available for Communities to Tackle Climate Change

Description
Communities across Staffordshire are set to benefit from a £100,000 pot of funding for projects that help tackle climate change or protect the environment.
Date:
10 November 2021
Businesses Reminded about Single Use Plastic Ban One Year On

Businesses Reminded about Single Use Plastic Ban One Year On

Description
Businesses across Staffordshire are being reminded about rules on the use and supply of single-use plastics which came into force in October 2020.
Date:
09 November 2021
Successful grazing scheme halts for winter

Successful grazing scheme halts for winter

Description
A small herd of cattle has finished its successful conservation grazing at Moors Gorse until next year.
Date:
08 November 2021
People Urged to Have Their Say about Climate Change in Interactive Project

People Urged to Have Their Say about Climate Change in Interactive Project

Description
Residents in parts of Staffordshire are being asked to share their thoughts and suggestions on how to tackle climate change in the county.
Date:
13 October 2021
Four-year plan to cut county council carbon emissions launched

Four-year plan to cut county council carbon emissions launched

Description
A four-year plan to reduce the county council's carbon emissions to help tackle climate change and support the authority in achieving a net zero carbon target by 2050 has been launched.
Date:
13 October 2021
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