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Further business grant funding available to East Staffordshire businesses

East Staffordshire Borough Council has announced the launch of its Local Authority Discretionary Grant Fund. The Discretionary Grant Fund will enable the Council to continue to support small businesses in East Staffordshire during the coronavirus pandemic.

Bulky Waste Collection Service Resumed

East Staffordshire Borough Council has announced that its Bulky Waste Collection Service resumed on Thursday 21st May.

Brewhouse to Showcase Local Artists in New Online Exhibition

The Brewhouse Arts Centre is encouraging local and regional artists to share their creative talents, as part of the venues annual open exhibition between the 15th June and the 28th August 2020.

Over £20m grant funding paid to 1,711 local businesses

East Staffordshire Borough Council has announced that over £20m grant funding has been paid to 1,711 East Staffordshire businesses, but there are still local businesses that have not applied.

Statement from the Mayor of East Staffordshire

Statement from the Mayor of East Staffordshire

£14.3m grant funding paid to 1258 local businesses in last ten working days

East Staffordshire Borough Council has announced that £14.3m grant funding has been paid to 1,258 East Staffordshire businesses in the last ten working days, but there are still local businesses that have not applied.

Garden Waste Collection Service Resumed

East Staffordshire Borough Council has announced that it will resume its garden waste collection service on Monday 20th April.

Eton Park Ward Councillor Representation

East Staffordshire Borough Council has announced that two serving Councillors will represent Eton Park ward constituents until a by-election can be held.

First East Staffordshire businesses to receive coronavirus grant funding

This week, East Staffordshire Borough Council will start to award local businesses with the grant funding announced by the Government as part of its coronavirus business support package.

Council Tax support for residents on low income

East Staffordshire Borough Council is working to ensure that the Council Tax Hardship Fund, announced by Government in its March budget, will support over 3,800 residents during the coronavirus pandemic.

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