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East Staffordshire Borough Council’s new recycling collection scheme has now been in place for five months and all residents should have received their new larger blue bag for mixed paper and cardboard recycling.

Burton in Blooms’ entry, supported by Molson Coors and Trent & Dove, was officially recognised at the RHS Britain in Bloom awards held on Monday 10th October.

East Staffordshire Borough Council is pleased to announce that following the Full Council approval in March 2022 to reallocate £0.596m of resources towards the Towns Fund and Regeneration Priorities, the budget for 2022/23 has increased from £12.542m to £13.138m.

There’s lots of things to do this October Half Term right here in East Staffordshire, including a wide range of activities at Burton Market Hall and The Brewhouse Arts Centre.

Monday 24th October


The Brewhouse

In an effort to support residents with financial pressures, East Staffordshire Borough Council is freezing cemetery fees until April 2024, with a review of fees and charges to be carried out in twelve months’ time.

East Staffordshire Borough Council has today confirmed that Burton’s Christmas Lights Switch On will return to the Market Place on Sunday 27th November 2022 from 2pm until 7pm.

The Statutes Fair, operated by Pat Collins Fun Fairs, will be returning to Burton upon Trent this year, taking place on both Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th October in the Market Place and the surrounding areas of High Street, Lichfield Street and New Street.

One of the UK’s best loved stand-up comedians, Hal Cruttenden, is back on tour with a brand-new show entitled ‘It’s Best You Hear It From Me’.

East Staffordshire entries, supported by Molson Coors and Trent & Dove, in this year’s Heart of England In Bloom competition have been rewarded for their hard work, as they collected a haul of gold medals at the regional awards on Thursday 22nd September.

East Staffordshire Borough Council’s Community and Civil Enforcement teams continues to work on addressing a number of antisocial behaviour issues across the Borough.