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One of the most iconic venues of the Edinburgh Festival is due to head back to Burton upon Trent this autumn with an exciting programme of live theatre.

East Staffordshire Borough Council are reminding residents that abuse towards members of staff, whether in person or via the telephone, will not be tolerated. Aggressive behaviour towards members of staff is unacceptable.

The 2022 Business Awards will officially open for entries on Thursday 14th July!

East Staffordshire Borough Council are pleased to announce that the jobs fair held at Burton Town Hall on Thursday 30th June was a great success. The event saw 48 employers advertise a variety of job opportunities to over 500 local jobseekers.

With only two weeks left until The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay makes its way through the borough, East Staffordshire Borough Council are encouraging people to join us in cheering on the Batonbearers.

As the town continues to wait for Government approval on the Towns Fund submission made in March of this year, approval has been received for the Project Adjustment Request (PAR) that was submitted alongside the Towns Fund bid.

Local groups and organisations across East Staffordshire are being encouraged to take advantage of the Community Regeneration Fund, a new 12 month long scheme to support the ongoing regeneration of the Borough.

Following the success of its 2021 summer tour, The Brewhouse Arts Centre has announced plans to hit the road once again this summer holiday, taking live theatre, workshops and activities to parks and open spaces across East Staffordshire.

As part of a national campaign organised by the National Market Traders Federation, Burton Market Hall will host a Young Traders Market on Saturday 2nd July 2022.

East Staffordshire Borough Council is proud to announce another successful period of performance following a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday 21st June 2022. This meeting saw Cabinet receive the end of year finance and performance reports for the 2021/22 financial year.