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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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Staffordshire Families see life changing benefits from free central heating scheme

Staffordshire Families see life changing benefits from free central heating scheme

Eligible families across Staffordshire are getting their homes connected to gas for free and getting fully funded central heating systems installed to help keep their homes warm this winter.
Date:
28 November 2019
More schools scheduled to be built in Staffordshire

More schools scheduled to be built in Staffordshire

More schools could be built in Staffordshire and a number refurbished to cope with an increasing demand for pupil places.
Date:
09 October 2019
Staffordshire's economic growth programme gathers strength

Staffordshire's economic growth programme gathers strength

More jobs are being created at business development sites with county council involvement and its skills programme is exceeding its target, a new report states.
Date:
26 September 2019
Reaction to The Chancellor's Spending Review – Philip Atkins, Leader of Staffordshire County Council

Reaction to The Chancellor's Spending Review – Philip Atkins, Leader of Staffordshire County Council

Spending announced by Sajid Javid to support children with special educational needs and disabilities, tackle climate change and help towards meeting growing social care costs, have been welcomed by the Leader of Staffordshire County Council.
Date:
05 September 2019

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