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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

Click here to report any antisocial behaviour



Removal of Hazardous Flower Tub

For many years residents have requested the removal of a large flower tub located at the junction of Heathside Lane & High Street in Goldenhill, which has now been taken away by the council.

It was said the large planter has seen better days, and its poor state of repair not only made it unsightly but also a risk to anyone passing by.

Further comments made by residents since its removal is that visibility is perfect for vehicles when leaving the junction, which now makes the location safer for all concerned.

Criminal Behaviour Order Granted on Neil Holland

Stoke North Police Officers have obtained a Criminal Behaviour order on  Neil Holland the conditions of the order state that Holland 

Must Not Enter any retail store of ASDA, B&M or Boots  in the county of Staffordshire. 

Must Not Enter any retail premises in Festival Park, Festival Heights and Century Retail Park.

Must Leave any premises in Stoke on Trent is asked to by a person in control of those premises.  

The order lasts until 30/04/2027 

If you see Holland Breaching these conditions please ring 101

Criminal Behaviour Order Granted on Michael Dunn

Stoke North Police Officers have obtained a Criminal Behaviour Order on Micheal Dunn. 

The order states that Dunn Must Not Enter Alexander Retail Park Tunstall, Jasper Square Retail Park Tunstall, ASDA Superstore Woodland Street Tunstall, The Post Office High Street Tunstall and IVAPE High Street Tunstall. 

The order is in place until 29/04/2025

If you see Dunn Breaching this order please ring 101 

Tell us if you have problems in your neighbourhood with antisocial behaviour

We have joined forces with Staffordshire Police to combat crime and antisocial behaviour across the city.

Our vision is to create a healthier, wealthier, safer, greener, cleaner and fairer city for all and a big part of this is about making people feel safe where they live and making great places.

As a council we take a zero-tolerance approach to antisocial behaviour. Our antisocial behaviour and community safety teams work across the city investigating reports you share with us and in many cases work swiftly to provide intelligence the police need to prosecute.

Report it to the City Council 01782 234234

Sandyford Park Play Equipment Refurbishment

Play equipment & goal posts at Sandyford Park are to be restored by having excess rust removed and a repaint.

The good news with persistence from the resident’s association that confirmation has been received from the Council’s Network Activities Manager to say that a supplier has been chosen to do the work.

The company chosen to refurbish the play equipment is D&N Shotblasting the company who restored the World War 1 Memorial Gate outside Goldenhill Community Centre for free.

As a resident’s association we are pleased D&N Shotblasting have been given the job because they are a company who we believe will do an excellent restoration, and have proved they care about communities, including ours.

The resident’s association has recently been updated that the work to complete the project is due to take place around late spring.

Ben Adams Re-elected as Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner

Conservative Ben Adams secured a further term as Staffordshire’s police, fire and crime commissioner. The result proved to be close with Mr Adams polling 73,500 votes, Labour’s Alastair Watson having 70,128 and Liberal Democrat Alec Sandiford coming in last with 17,666 votes.

Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner Election 2nd May

Your Police, Fire & Rescue and Crime Commissioner is elected to act as your voice, holding the Chief Constable and Chief Fire Officer, and their services to account and making them answerable to the communities they serve.

Vote for your next Commissioner tomorrow, Thursday 2nd May.

Regeneration, Tunstall Town Centre

Councillor Chris Robinson, Cabinet Member for Regeneration is to attend Sandyford & Goldenhill Resident’s Association Public Meeting tonight (25.04.24) 7.30 p.m. Goldenhill Community Centre, Drummond Street/High Street, Goldenhill.

The councillor will be discussing transformation proposals for Tunstall Town Centre through Government funding highlighted for the city.

It is hoped by any regeneration to the town would encourage residents in Sandyford & Goldenhill to visit the location in a more enticing environment.

Are Residents Doing Enough to Support the Police Against Antisocial Behaviour

Antisocial behaviour in and around the Sandyford/Goldenhill area consists of dangerous off road biking, as well as criminal activity extending to anonymous individuals trying residents front doors, and breaking into sheds.

Tomorrow evening (Thursday 25th April, 7.30 p.m.) Staffordshire Police & Stoke on Trent City Council will be in attendance at the Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association Public Meeting (Goldenhill Community Centre, High Street, Goldenhill, ST6 5RF).

This is your opportunity to listen to advice being given by the police to help address the issue, and for you to ask questions.

How to Protect Yourself from Ticket Fraud

How to protect yourself from ticket fraud: Only buy tickets from the venue’s box office, the promoter, an official agent or a well-known and reputable ticket exchange site. Avoid paying for tickets by bank transfer, especially if buying from someone unknown. Credit card or payment services such as PayPal give you a better chance of recovering the money if you become a victim of fraud. The password you use for your email account, as well as any other accounts you use to purchase tickets, should be different from all your other passwords. Use three random words to create a strong and memorable password, and enable 2-step verification (2SV).Be wary of unsolicited emails, texts or adverts offering unbelievably good deals on tickets. Is the vendor a member of Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR)? If they are, the company has signed up to their strict governing standards. STAR also offers an approved Alternative Dispute Resolution service to help customers with outstanding complaints. For more information visit

Report ticket fraud

If you feel at all suspicious, report the email to the Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS) at For more advice on how to stay secure online, please visit

Find out how to protect yourself from fraud:

If you live in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and have been a victim of fraud or cybercrime, report it at or by calling 0300 123 2040. In Scotland, victims of fraud and cybercrime should report to Police Scotland on 101.