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  • Budget Consultation 2019/20

    Have your say - let us know which services are most important to you.

    Your opinions matter to us and we will listen.

    Please complete the survey by Friday, 30 November.

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  • Council Drives Forward Parking Charge Changes

    A transformation is planned in the way the Borough Council operates its car parks in Newcastle town centre.

    Cabinet members have agreed a raft of changes which they hope will not only protect reducing car parking income while at the same time supporting the town centre economy and encouraging visitors into the heart of Newcastle.

    Free parking after 3pm for late night shopping nights in Newcastle in the run-up to Christmas is planned.

    There will also be a flat rate charge of £1 for all town centre car parks after 3pm by 1 December.

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  • Champion of Champions Case Study 4: St. Mary's Church, Knutton

    “On Friday of this week the borough will find out if it has been crowned the Champion of Champions for Britain in Bloom.

    “To mark the fantastic achievement of reaching the climax to the national competition for the first time ever, we are putting the spotlight on some of the groups who work alongside the Council to make “In Bloom” such an amazingly successful initiative in Newcastle-under-Lyme.

    “Each day in the run-up to the announcement on Friday evening we will be highlighting one of the many groups who are integral to this terrific success story.”

    Cllr. Mark Holland, Cabinet member for leisure and culture.

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