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Free Saturday Parking in all ESBC Car Parks

East Staffordshire Borough Council has agreed to waive car parking charges on ALL Council owned car parks on Saturdays; 5th, 12th and 19th December 2020

Ambitious plans for Burton's future

Residents were asked for their views on how funding could be used to help the town prosper and organisers were delighted with the number of people who engaged with the process.

Brewhouse to Showcase Young Artists Work in New Festive Exhibition

The Brewhouse Arts Centre is encouraging budding young artists to submit work for the first Children’s Festive Exhibition.

Volunteers from Amey Highways Create Safe Entrance to Ancient Woodland

The construction team from Amey Highways, who have recently completed the regeneration works on Station Street, have given a week of their time free of charge to help out a local community project.

Support Available to Help Small Businesses with FREE Advice Services

Businesses across East Staffordshire are being urged to take advantage of a free advice and support service during these uncertain times of Covid-19 restrictions.

ESBC Open Spaces team receive awards from the RHS.

East Staffordshire Borough Council’s Open Spaces team has received certificates of recognition from the Royal Horticultural Society’s “In Bloom” organisers for their council managed parks across the borough.

Residents urged to stay at home for Remembrance Sunday

East Staffordshire Borough Council is inviting residents to ‘Remember at Home’ this Remembrance Sunday.

Burton in Bloom Receives Award for Summer Floral Displays

East Staffordshire Borough Council’s Horticultural Team has been awarded a certificate of recognition by the Heart of England In Bloom organisation for the various floral displays and hanging baskets it has planted throughout Burton.

Stronger Towns Partnership Overwhelmed by Positive Public Response to its Proposals

The Stronger Towns Partnership received a substantial response to the consultation and stakeholder engagement events, all of which will be publicised in the coming days and weeks as part of feedback to the public including responses to frequently asked questions.

East Staffordshire Covid Compliance Visits

On Friday 23rd October 2020 East Staffordshire Borough Council’s Environmental Health Team and partners spent the evening visiting licensed premises in Burton town centre and on the outskirts of Uttoxeter. The purpose of these visits was to carry out spot checks on a variety of pubs and restaurants to ensure that they were complying with Covid-secure and social distancing rules.

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