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Carers wanted across Staffordshire

Thousands of vulnerable residents in Staffordshire rely on personal care in their homes and this demand will increase as the Covid19 pandemic continues across the country.

Coronavirus Scams Warning

The coronavirus outbreak has brought out the best and the worst in people.  Many residents in Tamworth and the villages have come together to help each other out, identify and support the most vulnerable, donate to groups like Support Staffordshire and Tamworth Self Isolation Group, put their nam

Covid 19 Advice

Please see my letter to residents regarding the current public health emergency. Please continue to follow medical and scientific guidance. This is released by the NHS, Public Health England, Department for Health and Social Care and 10 Downing Street.

COVID19 Update

Following a COBRA meeting at Westminster today, it has been confirmed that we have now moved to the “Delay” phase of the Government’s plan to manage the Coronavirus outbreak.

Major strategic road changes

While I am still digesting the good news from the Budget, it was fantastic to see the announcement of £79.5m pledged by the Chancellor to the North Warwickshire A5 corridor.

Lichfield District Council Residents - were you flooded?

Under the flood recovery network the Government announced financial support for areas affected by storm Dennis and Ciara.  The support is available to both individual households and for wider projects where 25 or more residential properties had their living space flooded.

Primary School Expansion Approved

It's great to see that Coton Green Primary School have approved the decision to expand the school intake to a further 105 pupils.

Bring the Noise - event for kids

This year the National Memorial Arboretum is collaborating with the BBC's Teach Bring the Noise campaign to run music shops for young people in Staffordshire.