Stoke City Council Are Providing Covid Testing In Hanley Tomorrow

Stoke on Trent City Council are able to offer community testing for COVID-19 at The Regent Centre, Regent Road, Hanley, ST1 3EG tomorrow (Tuesday 10th November 2020) between 10am and 12:30pm.

To access this service you must book in advance. If you are experiencing coronavirus symptoms you are able to book a test by visiting […]

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.

 

 

Play Area Signs Forbidding Children to Play Are Being Removed By Vandals

Goldenhill’s Brakespeare Street Children’s play area, which has been cordoned off by signs forbidding children to play there have been removed several times.

Stoke on Trent City Council has confirmed they have returned on three occasions to reinstate the signage, and emphasise the restriction put in place is to safeguard children and adults from the […]

Formal partner for children’s services confirmed at Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Stoke on Trent City Council wants to make you aware that a formal partner for children’s services has today been confirmed. Leeds City Council has been appointed as the authority’s official Improvement Advisor for an initial period of 12 months, to work with the council to support delivery of its children’s social care services function.

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Land Sale in Goldenhill for Just £5,000

Land for Sale (Goldenhill) Guide Price £5,000

The council is selling off nine pieces of land at auction, which should bring in less than £1000,000, and for just £5,000 you could buy a piece of land off Albany Street in Goldenhill.

Tom Simpson, Secretary of Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association said that he believes […]

Goldenhill Working Mens Club – Planning Application

Goldenhill Working Mens Club has submitted a planning application to demolish the existing clubhouse to allow residential development, which will comprise 31 affordable housing units consisting of 21 two storey houses, 1 bungalow, and a 3 storey apartment block containing 9 apartments, together with a replacement clubhouse and all associated accesses, car parking, and landscaping.

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Snow Champions Wanted

“Icy pavements are especially dangerous for those who may be unsteady on their feet such as mature residents or those with a disability. Stoke-on-Trent City Council wishes to support local people who may wish to help clear public amenities such as shop frontages, medical centres, schools etc. If volunteers come forward, the council will seek […]

Burslem Town Centre “Light Night Event”

Stoke on Trent City Council, Appetite and the Cultural Forum are thrilled to be launching a brand new citywide event: Light Night Stoke-on-Trent.

Taking place in Burslem Town Centre from Thursday, January 31 to Saturday, February 2, Light Night is a free, three-evening event for the whole city that will see the town transformed with […]

Rent Free Weeks for Stoke on Trent City Council Tenants

Make sure you are up-to-date with your rent payments

Every penny counts when you are getting closer and closer to the festive period and the good news is that council tenants will benefit from two rent-free weeks in the run-up to Christmas.

This is only available to tenants who are fully up-to-date on their rent […]

Is Goldenhill Golf Course Finally Out of the “Bunker”

Pictured – Land of former Goldenhill Golf Course

Stoke on Trent City Council is reporting that it is in the final stages of negotiations with a preferred purchaser who is proposing to turn land at Goldenhill back into a golf course again.

The Council’s Estate Team are hopeful a report can go to […]