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Telephone our 24/7 Automated Telephone Service: 0845 045 0929, at any time. Payments can be processed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You will be connected to our automated system. Please make sure that you have the following items to hand: a copy of your bill, your payment details and also a pen and a piece of paper to take down any transaction details. You can pay using any major debit or credit card with the exception of American Express

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Postal payments should be sent to Staffordshire County Council, PO Box 10, Eastgate Street, Stafford, ST16 2NF enclosing your cheque or postal order.

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Staffordshire Covid Lead To Step Down From Role

Staffordshire Covid Lead To Step Down From Role

Dr Johnny McMahon, who was appointed to spearhead the public health drive on Covid-19, is standing down after almost two years in the role and will remain as a Staffordshire county councillor for Hednesford and Rawnsley.
Date:
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Councils in Staffordshire are busy putting everything in place to welcome refugees from Ukraine.
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Staffordshire Families and Communities Chief to Retire

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The chief of Staffordshire County Council's families and communities directorate is to step down after more than 18 years with the council.
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