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

Welcome to our website

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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10 Energy Saving Tips For Your Home

  • Do full laundry loads. Half-load settings save very little energy, so a full load is much more energy efficient. …
  • Use the eco setting. …
  • Don’t use standby mode. …
  • Fill your kettle just to the level you need. …
  • Switch to LED bulbs. …
  • Use your microwave more. …
  • Unplug all your chargers. …
  • Close your curtains at night.

Find The Cheapest Fuel Near You

Even though the cost of fuel is set to rise, not all fuel stations have the same price. You can find the cheapest fuel near you by clicking on the following link

You can also save fuel by –

? Removing anything you don’t need from your car

? Making sure your tyres are properly inflated

? Going easy on the accelerator

Job Vacancy, Warehouse Operative

Location Stoke-on- Trent, England Sector FMCG Salary £9.50 to £13.09 per hour

Warehouse Operatives Required!!! – Immediate start

Talke Pits (ST7)

Our prestigious client based in Talke Pits, Stoke-on-Trent are seeking Warehouse Operatives to work in their European Distribution Centre.

Key role and responsibilities for Warehouse Operatives:

  • General order picking and packing
  • Ensuring the accuracy and quality of all goods are first class
  • Restocking the shelves

Minimum requirements for Warehouse Operatives:

  • Experienced in various warehouse disciplines
  • Good eye for details
  • Positive attitude to completing tasks to a high quality

What we offer for Warehouse Operatives:

  • Hourly rate starts from £9.50 – £13.09
  • Temp to perm

Shifts we offer:

  • Days or Evenings
  • Part time hours available

Free Parking
Discounted Products
Canteen Facilities – Vending Machines, Microwaves

To apply for this position please call Urszula on 01782 367818 or apply on line. If you have not received feedback in 14 days please deem your application as unsuccessful.

To apply for the position follow the link

Local Care Home Suffers Criminal Damage

Lawton Rise Care Home, Goldenhill

Staffordshire Police have reported that on Friday 4th March between 8.00 & 8.30 p.m. a window was smashed at the Lawton Rise Care Home on Heathside Lane, Goldenhill.

If anyone has seen anything suspicious or have any CCTV, please call Staffordshire Police on 101 or private message on Facebook/Twitter quoting serial number SP-20220304-0238 or crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Job Vacancies @ Churchill China

Sandyford based Churchill China have vacancies with shift patterns to suit. The company say if you are looking for a rewarding career with lots of opportunities then Churchill China is the place to be, and you do not require experience to join their team.

The organisation offers –

  • Training & Development
  • Career Progression
  • 33 Days paid Holidays
  • Company Sick Pay & Staff Discount
  • Company Pension & Bonus Scheme
  • Free Tea & Coffee

To apply for a position TEL: 01782 577566


Find out more about Churchill China at

Off Road Bikes Menacing Sandyford Estate

Ilegal Off Road Bike Being Crushed

Staffordshire Police are receiving information regarding off road bikes menacing residents on the Bankeyfields Estate in Sandyford. It is reported they are riding along William Coltman Way and Andrew Mulligan Way.

The police are advising residents to get in touch with them with –

  • Times, dates and locations of off-road bike activity in your area
  • Detailed description of the riders and bikes
  • Information on where bikes are kept
  • Names of possible offenders
  • Any video recordings of people using off road bikes

If you have any information please call Staffordshire Police on 101 or private message on Facebook/Twitter.

Start a Heart – FREE Workshop

Adult & Community Learning are offering a FREE 2 hour workshop at Blurton Community Hub – Monday 7th March, there are 2 sessions to choose from.

Learn basic CPR and the use of a defibrillator that could save a life.

It’s a community workshop, and it’s free for anyone to attend.

To book a place call 01782 234775

Construction Work in Goldenhill Causing Problems for Residents

Heathfield Court, Goldenhill

Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association (S.A.G.E.) and Councillor Chandra Kanneganti are addressing problems being raised by local residents in regards to the state of pavements and roads in Goldenhill.

Since work has begun to improve living standards at Council run Heathfield Court as well as the development of new housing and a social club on Mobberley Road, it has been evident that footpaths and the road have suffered from increased road debris mainly of clay type mud.

When meeting up with the council (Unitas), it is evident that drains have been blocked, which has meant clearing mud away from footpaths has been futile due to it returning soon after.

The City Council has now agreed to unblock the drains to help with drainage as soon as next week, and once completed it will bring in road/pavement sweepers to make the area cleaner and tidier for everyone concerned.

Hodgkinson Builders have also been contacted in respect to mud on the road as well as on the footpaths at it’s location on Mobberley Road/High Street, and they have also agreed to clean the area with machine sweepers.

Councillor Kanneganti and Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association have taken on board resident’s concerns, and will monitor progress to make sure what is promised is delivered.

Saturday Construction Working (James Brindley Way)

Caddick Construction have asked Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association to inform residents they will be working this Saturday (19.02.22) between 8.00 a.m. & 2.00 p.m.

Caddick say they are hoping this will be the last Saturday working for a while, and again they have confirmed there will be no piling work taking place on Saturday in respect to residents living nearby.

Construction Work Update, James Brindley Way, Sandyford

Caddick Construction have asked Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association to give residents an update on progress on the piling works taking place on James Brindley Way. They say there has been a delay in their works and completion is looking to be at the end of February.

They advise they will be working this Saturday 12th February from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm to catch up on lost time, which due to weekend working and respect to residents will not consist of any piling work.