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Sandyford and Goldenhill Residents Association (S.A.G.E.)

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A residents association uniting the two villages of Sandyford and Goldenhill since 1999

An organisation that aims to improve the environment and lifestyle for all its residents who live in our community

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Retail Assistant “Primark” Full/Part Time Vacancies Available

Are you a retail lover with a passion for customer service? We’re looking for enthusiastic individuals with the right attitude to join our store as a Retail Assistant. Whether it’s a part time role, full time or weekend our Retail Assistant team are the core of our business and play a vital role in the success of our stores. You will assist the operational team in delivering world class customer service within a fast paced environment. We offer great promotion opportunities if you decide you want a career with us, we pride ourselves in developing our employees within our business. Even if management is not for you, we offer great training to help you further your skills!

To apply for the position, follow the link https://careers.primark.com/

Cash Machine Tampering at Tunstall Asda

On Tuesday 20th October Staffordshire Police were made aware that one of the cash machines at the big ASDA store in Tunstall was tampered with.

If anyone who used the machine and was unable to get their cash then please make contact with Staffordshire Police quoting reference number 21200072183.

Retail Assistant Vacancy (Tunstall) £16,000 P.A.

You’ll be at the core of Screwfix, making sure our customers are the heart of everything we do. You’ll take your time to really get to know them whilst delivering genuinely great service. Our Retail Assistants are vital to the running of a store, so you’ll always be kept busy, and with the help of our excellent training programmes, you’ll be on the right track for a promising career with us!

Joining Screwfix means joining a growing team – full of support, opportunities, and fun! We offer a competitive salary, 28 days’ holiday, an award-winning company pension scheme, life cover, 20% discount with Screwfix and B&Q, discounted healthcare and company share save schemes. With excellent training and ongoing development, we’ll also help you be the best you can be.

To apply for the position follow the link below.

https://www.adzuna.co.uk/jobs/details/1734098391?se=rn8FG0AR6xGAsFA-8C42XQ&v=BAE2EAB26A075695BB4749572AA494F9593B3F2D

Drivers and Cyclists Urged To Look Out For Each Other As Darker Nights Approach

Staffordshire Police advise that with darker mornings and evenings approaching, and the change in weather conditions, it’s more important than ever that both cyclists and drivers prepare themselves this Autumn and consider their own and other’s safety on the roads.

Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership has launched its safety campaign ahead of the clocks going back at the end of October.

Research shows that most collisions with cyclists happen during morning and evening rush hour times. Traffic is increased during this time and you may be rushing to get to or from work, whether you are travelling by bicycle or car.

When overtaking cyclists, the Highway Code states that you should leave at least as much room as you would when overtaking another car. You should allow at least 1.5m passing distance when travelling at 30mph – you need to leave more space when travelling at higher speeds. This distance helps protect you and other road users.

Cyclist? Take a look at some useful tips on the Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership website to help you improve your road safety and help drivers to see you more clearly.

Driver? Take a look at some useful tips and advice on the Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership website to learn how to drive safely when sharing the road with cyclists, particularly during busier periods.

Community Carers Wanted in Local Area

AR1 Homecare are looking for community carer’s to work in the local area, including Sandyford and Goldenhill.

The company is offering full training to anyone who joins the AR1 Homecare Team as well as offering competitive rates of pay.

To apply for a job please contact the team on 01782 518229 or at info@ar1homecare.com

 

Brown Bin Garden Waste Collections End on Friday 30th October

Stoke on Trent City Council have reported that the last brown bin garden waste collection will be on Friday 30th October.

The council are asking all residents to follow their normal brown bin schedule until this date.

 

 

Halloween Advice From Staffordshire Police

Five things to do this Halloween to consider social distancing-

1. Organise a Halloween treasure hunt within your own household

2. Host a virtual party with themed games and music

3. Decorate your own house organise a spooky trail, avoiding face to face contact

4. Watch a scary movie with the family

5. Try reverse trick or treating by dropping off pre packed sweets on neighbours doorsteps

Attached below is a downloadable poster link for your window

https://assets.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/images/site_images/66221_Trick_or_Treat_leaflet.pdf

Premier League Kicks “Free Friday Night Football”

Port Vale Foundation are delighted to be working in partnership with Engage Communities to bring youngsters a FREE PL Kicks football session every Friday which takes place at Dimensions Leisure Centre.

·        ages 8-11- 4.50-5.50pm

·        ages 12-13- 6.00-7.00pm

·        ages 14+- 6.00-7.00pm

All sessions are to be pre- booked online via Port Vale FC Official Soccer Schools website – bit.ly/PVFCFootball

Each session is packed with fun. No drills, no training, just a warm up and straight into matches!

Police Consultation “Automatic Number Plate Recognition”

Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology is used by Staffordshire Police to help detect, deter and disrupt criminality. It can also be a powerful tool in helping us tackle travelling criminals. The deployment of ANPR cameras assists the police in protecting communities from harm and allows law abiding drivers to continue with their daily lives unhindered, whilst simultaneously drawing police attention to those using the roads for criminal endeavours.

Across the County served by Staffordshire Police, technology is deployed in 64 areas of strategic importance. In line with national policy, the specific locations of cameras are not disclosed as to do so would be of potential benefit to criminals using the roads and in turn hinder the effectiveness of the policing purpose of ANPR.

Camera sites are determined following an in depth assessment to ensure that locations are and continue to be necessary, proportionate and in line with a pressing social need. We will continue to act in line with guidance from the Information Compliance Office to consider privacy issues when seeking to install cameras and will consult with individuals and organisations with a reasonable interest in the proposal unless that would be contrary to the purpose of the development, namely to detect, deter and disrupt criminality. The in depth assessment is the essential source of information when reviewing ANPR deployments and data collection is ceased from sites which are no longer deemed to have policing challenges.

We have clear rules to control access to ANPR data which only allows permitted staff to conduct searches of the information gathered to confirm whether vehicles associated with a known criminal have been in the area at the time of a crime to support the investigation process. Staffordshire Police is committed to ensuring the deployment of ANPR technology across the force area is necessary and proportionate. We will regularly review the location of ANPR cameras to make sure that its continuing use remains justified. All reviews will include consideration of the impact on privacy.

Stolen Vehicle in Sandyford

Staffordshire Police have reported that on Saturday/Sunday 25th & 26th September between 11.00 p.m. & 6.00 a.m. that unknown offenders have stolen a white Volkswagen Golf TDI off a driveway in Spitfire Way, Sandyford.

If anyone has seen anything suspicious or have cctv coverage then please call Staffordshire Police on 101 or private message on Facebook/Twitter quoting serial number SP-20200926-0138.

Your help in this matter would be much appreciated.