We are pleased to advise that the Burntwood building is now in a position to take bookings for the hall and communal meeting room including kitchen from 1st June 2019!
On May 1 2019 AEDdonate Charity in Stone, Staffordshire (https://aeddonate.org.uk) are launching an ambition campaign to install 1,000 Community Access Defibrillators across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.
There will be five new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) sites launched on the 1st across the County at:
It is with great excitement that we can announce.....
Entry for this year's Best Kept Village competition for Staffordshire is NOW OPEN!!!!!
Are you proud of your area?
Whether a village, a local area or simply proud of your community, YOU ARE ELIGIBLE!
Please visit The Community Foundation's BKV webpage for further information and access to the online entry form.
The libraries service across Cannock are trialling out an ‘active signposting’ project.
Active signposting is a process through which people are directed towards support available in their community to help with needs such as befriending, being more active, socialising in general etc.
Libraries already do a lot of excellent signposting, and there is opportunity to do more of this to better support local people.
Library staff will be able to call residents and have a chat about what they would like to do and where they can access support in their local area.
AEDdonate are in the process of launching a new ambitious local campaign called Staffordshire1000 on 1/5/19 in Staffordshire, which coincides with Staffordshire Day.
The campaign is to boost the number of community access defibrillators in Staffordshire and increase community awareness of the locations and knowledge of what to do in a cardiac arrest emergency. Aspirationally we would like to get an additional 1000 defibs installed in the communities of Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent, and support from Support Staffordshire Members would be hugely beneficial in our goal.
Would you like to have a free energy assessment? Don't know about new energy saving technology?
The Carbon Trust Green Business Fund is dedicated to supporting small to medium sized organisations (SMEs) in England, Scotland and Wales, and providing opportunities to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy costs - this includes Village Halls and other community buildings.
The ribbon has been cut after a £1.6million project to refurbish facilities at Burntwood Leisure Centre.
Freedom Leisure, which manages the site, carried out work to make the building more energy efficient, as well as improved studio and gym facilities.
Cllr Bob Awty, Chairman of Lichfield District Council, joined directors to formally open the new-look leisure centre.
ACRE has put out an update on the announcement in the October Budget that the government will provide up to £8 million to help with the cost of repairs and alterations to village halls, Miners’ Welfare facilities and Armed Forces organisations’ facilities.
An historic building in Newcastle town centre that holds a special place in many residents’ hearts has opened its doors to serve the public again.
The Guildhall is up and running as a community and voluntary sector hub thanks to successful partnership working between the Council and Support Staffordshire.
Residents can access a range of services under one roof – ranging from money advice and mental health support to help with finding volunteering and employment opportunities – from 10am to 4pm during the week.
New plans have been unveiled to convert an empty Lichfield pub into flats and a community facility.
The Anchor at Streethay has been boarded up since January 2015.
There have been plans to demolish the building and create new residential accommodation previously, but the new proposals will see parts of the existing building retained.
Developers want to create a “flexible community facility” on the ground floor and demolish existing single-storey extensions to create four new apartments.