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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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Job Vacancy, Warehouse Operative

Are you searching for a Warehouse Operative role offering an immediate start? If so, we have a fantastic opportunity for you to join one the UK’s largest homeware retailers in Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 4EX!
As a Warehouse Operative, you will earn £10.50 for day and afternoon shifts
We have plenty of shift times available as a Warehouse Operative:
Day and Afternoon shifts are available: Friday – Monday | Sunday – Thursday | Tuesday – Saturday
Immediate start available for AM and PM shifts!

  • Morning shift: 06:15am – 14:15pm
  • Afternoon shift: 14:15pm – 22:15pm

Some of the benefits you will receive working as a Warehouse Operative are:

  • Weekly pay – every Friday
  • Subsidised canteen
  • Onsite parking
  • PPE provided

Day to day as a Warehouse Operative you will:

  • Pick orders using a voice picking system
  • No experience necessary full training will be provided
  • Using manual handling equipment to carry out your tasks
  • Picking and packing orders in line with customer demand
  • You will need to be flexible and able to adapt to changing demands
  • A mixture of ambient and chilled environments

Why delay? Apply now to become a Warehouse Operative and we will contact you

Goldenhill Community Centre in Proposed Transfer Bid

Stoke on Trent City Council has contacted Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association (S.A.G.E.), along with Councillor Chandra Kanneganti in regards to an asset transfer of Goldenhill Community Hall/Centre to a local charity.

The charity “Just Family” have shown an interest in taking over the running of the building from the council to enhance the services they provide. Concerns have been raised by S.A.G.E. and Councillor Kanneganti to what kind of input the local community would have should the Community Centre be transferred to a third party.

Upon talks with the City Council, it has been assured that any organisation taking charge of the Community Centre would have to honour the groups using the building with the same terms and conditions it presently holds.

The council further added that no final decision has been made in regards to the asset transfer, but said whatever decision is made the building will stay in use for the benefit of the community.

The City Council believe that transferring the Community Centre to a charity would bring much needed investment into the building, and would further benefit the community at large.

It was further reported that the Community Centre will continue to be owned by the council and will return to them at the end of any lease, adding that if a transfer is agreed it will continue to remain as a Community Centre.

Councillor Kanneganti and Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association are jointly committed to scrutinise any decision made by the council to ensure Goldenhill Community Centre stays as a venue for it’s residents.

Increase in Construction Work, James Brindley Way

There is due to be an increase in construction work noise on James Brindley Way, Sandyford, which will affect many residences on Brindley Village and the nearby Ridge Road Estate.

Caddick have asked Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association (S.A.G.E.) to share the information with local residents that the “Piling process” will commence next Tuesday 18th January 2022 with a duration period of approximately 3 weeks with a start time of 8.00 a.m.

Caddick have said there will be a further piling period taking place later in the year, and once they have a date they will keep residents updated.

S.A.G.E. has reminded the contractor not to use the piling process over the weekend in regards to respecting residents wishes, which they have confirmed they will not.

Construction Work Update – James Brindley Way

Caddick who are constructing the new development on James Brindley Way, Sandyford have contacted the residents association with an update on future works at the location.

The contractor has reported they have had a slow start to the development due to recent wet weather conditions before Christmas, and with an improvement in the forthcoming weather; they will be working throughout the day for the next four Saturday’s to catch up with lost time.

Caddick have confirmed the Saturday weekend working will not consist of any heavy sounding noise as in past “piling” during the suggested four Saturday workings.

It is good to remember that Caddick are to update residents regularly through Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association social media pages of and Facebook.

Traffic Calming Scheme, KFC Roundabout

Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association (S.A.G.E.) along with Councillor Chandra Kanneganti have been in contact with Council Highways to discuss traffic calming measures at the Sandyford KFC roundabout.

The Highways Department are looking into the proposals put forward by S.A.G.E. and the councillor, which consist of improved road markings leading onto the roundabout that will help ease congestion at busy times.

It is a positive step forward that Highways are listening to it’s councillor and residents association in a joint attempt to direct traffic safely around the roundabout and making it safer for everyone to use.

SAGE Public Meeting Cancelled

Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association Public Meeting which is to be held on Thursday 13th January at Goldenhill Community Centre has had to be cancelled due to the ongoing rise of COVID cases across Stoke on Trent.

Ben Adams, Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner along with the local police advised they would not be in a position to attend the meeting due to guidance about attending events such as the S.A.G.E. Public Meeting where large numbers of people will be in an indoor setting.

The residents association will inform residents of our next public meeting once the COVID situation subsides by it’s usual way of leaflet distribution, posters in shops and businesses as well as social media platforms through the Sandyford & Goldenhill Website and Facebook Page.

S.A.G.E would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused to residents due to the cancellation of it’s January Public Meeting.

Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Public Meeting

For the next Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Public Meeting being held on Thursday 13th January, we have agreed the attendance of Ben Adams, Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner, Lord Mayor Councillor Chandra Kanneganti and Staffordshire Police.

Everyone is welcome to attend on the evening, and you will be able to enjoy free food as well as being entered into our FREE PRIZE DRAW!

Please note the public bar will also be open.

Sponsoring the residents association meeting with FREE PRIZES on the evening is

“golocalextra” who have donated eight bottles of wine

“Best Tyres” who have donated eight bottles of wine

“Staffordshire Triumph” who have donated eight bottles of wine

“McDonald’s” who have donated eight meal vouchers

Other FREE PRIZES on the evening are 10 boxes of Danish Cookies and 10 boxes of Cadbury Milk Tray Chocolates

CATastrophe Rescue

Today Sandyford Fire Station were called out to save a cat which found itself stuck at the top of a fragile bendy tree; where it was unable to jump down to safety.

As we know this is the other side of Staffordshire Fire & Rescue, instead of putting out fires they were there to help save one of our feeline friends who was in distress near to the “Tin Tunnel” just off James Brindley Way, Sandyford.

Fire fighters firstly tried to collect the cat by using a ladder, but eventually they succeeded the safe collection of the cat by bending the tree, which enabled it to fall into the arms of it’s heroine.                                                                                                               

Memories of Drummond Street, Goldenhill

Pictured right is Drummond Street, Goldenhill before it’s demolition back in the 1960’s.

The picture shows how comminity spirit was back in the middle of the last centrury where residents could leave their front doors open without the fear of being burgled, and when neighbours could pop around for a chat and a cup of tea.

Times are much different now and in place of a terraced street there is the much loved Community Centre, and the previous St John’s Vicarage which aline the now more modern Drummond Street.

Volunteers Support COVID Clinic

Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association Committee Members along with other volunteers are supporting Goldenhill Medical Centre staff to deliver over 1,000 COVID booster vaccinations each day over a three day period. The volunteers will be marshalling the car park’s to make sure everyone is made safe by directing vehicles to a safe place of parking.

The clinic is open to anyone requiring a vaccination tomorrow Tuesday 21st December, Wednesday 22nd December and Wednesday 29th December. The clinics are open from 8.30 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.

Anyone who is eligible for a booster jab is encouraged to come along to one of these clinics.

Our thanks go to the volunteers for giving up their free time to make sure each of the day’s clinic’s run as smoothly as possible.