"News You Can Use" - September 2018.

This article has been kindly given to the SSCA by Philip Atkins, Leader of Staffordshire County Council (philip.atkins@staffordshire.gov.uk).

In this month’s bumper edition of "News You Can Use" (attachment at the bottom of this article)...

  • Future Finances
  • Burton Bridge reopens three weeks early
  • Near full employment and further job creation boost
  • Council job scheme helps 1,000 people
  • Back to school advice
  • Have your say on social care
  • Broadband voucher benefit
  • Councils' budget pressures in national spotlight
  • Hard work behind 30 hours success
  • People urged to Staycation and explore Staffordshire’s magnificent canal network
  • Crackdown on drivers ignoring road signs
  • Burton Revamp to Cost Seven Figures
  • Summer Reading Challenge Success Story
  • Businesses can benefit from fibre broadband vouchers
  • Campaign to keep young bikers safe continues
  • Pupils rise to the challenge of new grading system
  • Opening delayed as new school targeted by thieves
  • Main road roundabout junction near Stone set for improvements
  • Road closed so 13 year old fire can be extinguished
  • Quirky museum items up for grabs
  • Fund is UK first
  • Proposed business park expansion great for Great Britain PLC
  • New era of integrated health and care
  • Planning approval for new health and care campus in Burton welcomed
  • Improving poor cancer survival rates and providing better support in recovery
  • Innovative local health and care hubs feature in national report
  • Hundreds benefiting from healthy lifestyle advice
  • Latest perinatal mental health workshop
  • GPs to spend more time with those who need it most
  • New high school welcomes pupils
  • Village improvements scheme nears completion
  • Tolkien exhibition moves to Shenstone library
  • Get hundreds of parents off monkey dust
  • Unemployment lowest since 1975
  • Youth unemployment down 45%

Regards

Philip Atkins OBE

Leader of Staffordshire County Council

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