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News from Cabinet round-up 20 March 2019

Cabinet round-up - 20 March 2019

Lyme Lottery Review

Cabinet members have agreed to try and boost support for the Lyme Lottery.

A review has been carried out which confirmed that since its launch in August 2017 it has raised £42,640 for worthy causes in the area.

The lottery is operated as a local authority lottery under the Gambling Act of 2005 and was the first of its kind to be set up in Staffordshire.

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Council Reviews Taxi Consultation Responses

Hundreds of comments made by taxi drivers, customers and Staffordshire Police will be taken into account before a draft taxi licensing policy is approved.

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Studio Potter Andrew Matheson

Four Decades of Firing

A new exhibition featuring a selection of pots, sculptures and working drawings by highly-regarded potter Andrew Matheson opens next week at Brampton Museum.

The collection of work from his studio in Lichfield will be on display after he chose the Newcastle-under-Lyme museum to showcase his 40-year career as a studio potter.

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Partnership Funds Metal Detectors for College

A college in Newcastle will have specialist equipment on hand to assist them in targeted searching of students and visitors thanks to funding from a multi-agency community safety group led by the Council.

The Newcastle Partnership has awarded the Newcastle and Stafford Colleges Group (NSCG) £1,000 to buy handheld metal detector wands and random selection generators for use on the NSCG campus.

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Putting the Brakes On Reckless Driving

Putting the Brakes On Reckless Driving

Concerns about reckless driving, particularly around waste collection vehicles is being raised by Newcastle-under–Lyme Borough Council after an increase in the number of waste collectors hit by vehicles, dangerous driving incidents and near-misses in the borough.

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