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Resurfacing work at Leek Bus Station this weekend

Bus passengers are advised that work to resurface the road at Leek Bus Station will take place on Sunday 15 September.

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Council appoints Cabinet member for climate change

Councillor Joe Porter has joined Staffordshire Moorlands District Council's Cabinet as the portfolio holder for climate change.

Keeping the Moorlands clean

Community Order for Stoke man who dumped waste in the Moorlands

A Stoke-on-Trent man who dumped a builder's bag full of waste and a double mattress in the Staffordshire Moorlands countryside has been ordered to do 80 hours unpaid work and pay costs of more than £2,000.

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High five as Ladderedge awarded Green Flag again

Supporters of Ladderedge Country Park are celebrating again after it was awarded a Green Flag

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Spectacular Space Scheme has Landed

A summer holiday activity scheme for young people is about to kick off again for 2019

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Canvass of Moorlands electors now underway

Forms are now being delivered across the Staffordshire Moorlands asking households to confirm the names of people living at the address who are registered to vote.

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Council set to repair 12 Moorlands car parks this summer

Twelve off-street car parks across the Staffordshire Moorlands are to be repaired this summer - starting at Wharf Road in Biddulph in the week commencing 29 July.

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Cheadle encouraged by High Street Fund feedback

Cheadle has been invited to re-submit its bid to the Future High Street Fund when it opens again next year.

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Moorlands Council declares climate change emergency

Plans to make the Staffordshire Moorlands carbon neutral by 2030 have been unanimously approved by the District Council.

David Hunt and Friends exhibition

Join David Hunt and Friends at the Nicholson this summer

The daring use of light, colour, texture and form by a group of award-winning artists adds an exciting dimension to this summer's exhibition at Leek's Nicholson Museum and Art Gallery.

Keeping the Moorlands clean

Dropped cigarette end costly for Leek man

Dropping a cigarette butt in the town centre has cost a Leek man £400.

Councillor Mark Deaville with members of Leek Rugby Club u15s Girls

Celebrating our Moorlands sporting heroes

Celebrating sporting success in fields as diverse as archery and obstacle course racing took centre stage at the Staffordshire Moorlands Sports Awards.

Winners and runners-up at this year's Open Art awards

Picture perfect for Open Art Awards winners

The winning artists have been announced following a record breaking year for the Staffordshire Moorlands Open Art exhibition 2019.

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Council publishes draft statement of accounts 2018-19

Find out more information on the years Draft statement of accounts 2018-19

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Moorlands gearing up for Great British Spring Clean

Communities across the country are getting ready for the Great British Spring Clean which starts this week - and the District Council is supporting Staffordshire Moorlands residents who want to get involved.

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Giveaways and double points at Leek market this weekend

Shoppers in Leek are being invited to join market traders this weekend to celebrate the completion of improvement works to the town's indoor markets.

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Council agrees budget for coming year

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council has set its budget for providing essential services at £9.8m for the coming year.

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Tunstall Road Masterplan information drop-in event

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council is working with consultants, Sanderson Weatherall to create a vision for how mixed use development at Tunstall Road, Knypersley, Biddulph may look.