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Following a full Council meeting on Monday 18th March 2024, East Staffordshire Borough Council has adopted a refreshed Corporate Plan, which outlines how the Council will deliver and build upon its many services and how it will support residents over the next 12 months.

The Brewhouse Arts Centre’s Spring/Summer season is well underway and there’s still lots to come.

Vegan Market Co, an organiser of some of the UK’s leading Vegan Markets have announced they’ll bring a Vegan Streetfest to Burton upon Trent’s Market Place on Saturday 15th June from 10.30am-4pm.

The crème-de-la-crème of Staffordshire tourism and hospitality were crowned at this year’s Enjoy Staffordshire Tourism and Good Food Awards, held at The National Memorial Arboretum, on Thursday 14th March.

The Mayor of East Staffordshire, Cllr Syed Hussain, flew the Commonwealth National Flag at Burton Town Hall on Monday 11th March at 11:00am to mark Commonwealth Day 2024.

Two East Staffordshire entries are celebrating with the news they’ve reached the 2024 RHS Britain in Bloom finals.

East Staffordshire Borough Council has launched a public consultation with aim of understanding how residents and visitors to the Borough use the Council’s car parks, running from Friday 1st March 2024 for 8 weeks.

East Staffordshire Borough Council’s innovative Ward Enhancement Programme Panel (WEP) has now met three times and reviewed its very successful start since May 2023. One of the issues that stands out is the need for children's play spaces to be improved. This is a borough-wide problem.

The Selective Licensing team at East Staffordshire Borough Council have successfully won an appeal to enforce a Financial Penalty Notice that was served on a Landlord who let out a privately rented property on Queen Street, Burton without a licence in place.  

At its meeting of Full Council on Monday 19th February 2024, East Staffordshire Councillors will discuss a proposal to purchase the Maltings Precinct in Uttoxeter in order to enable the regeneration of the wider Maltings site.