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Eat Safe This Summer

We all love it when the weather gets warmer. But did you know that you might need to think harder about food safety in the summer months? New research indicates that people in the West Midlands could be putting themselves and their families at risk of food poisoning through lack of knowledge of the 4Cs of food hygiene: Chilling, Cooking, Cleaning and avoiding Cross-contamination.

Designation of Selective Licensing

East Staffordshire Borough Council has approved plans to introduce a selective licensing scheme focussed on a small area within the Anglesey ward, covering approximately 270 private rented homes, following a public consultation on the proposed plans. The selective licensing scheme aims to improve management standards and conditions of private rented housing.

Wool Shop Retuning to Burton Market Hall

Waterloo Wools, which has been run by Denise Davies and Evelyn Thomas since 1993, has reopened in the Market Hall after almost a decade away.

Council prosecutes self-employed roofer for fly tipping asbestos

A self-employed roofer has been made to pay over £2,500 after East Staffordshire Borough Council successfully prosecuted him for fly tipping asbestos boarding in Burton upon Trent.

Flag Set to Fly to Honour British Forces

Residents in East Staffordshire are being invited to stand with others from around the country to honour the men and women currently serving, or who have served, in the armed forces at a special flag raising ceremony this month.

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