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Picture shows Knutton Community Centre

Knutton Community Centre has been closed today until further notice. This is to allow essential building restoration work to be carried out.

The work will be completed as soon as possible.

We apologise for any inconvenience this causes.

 


Last updated 27 February 2020

Picture shows text Complete the Transport and Air Quality Survey

An online survey has been launched to gauge how poor air quality affects the local community.

Stoke-on-Trent City Council, Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council and Staffordshire County Council are seeking the views of residents, schools, businesses, community groups and other stakeholders from today as part of steps being taken for cleaner air in the area.

Picture shows The Guildhall Newcastle town centre and the Victoria Hall Kidsgrove

LESS THAN a fiver is to be added to the vast majority of Council Tax bills for services provided by Newcastle Borough Council in the year ahead.

A 2.55 per cent increase is lower than the rise levied in the current financial year despite plans for efficiency savings, enhancing services, improving town centres and tackling climate change issues.

Guildhall

An historic landmark in Newcastle town centre which dates back to 1713 is busy, full of life and providing a useful range of services to the local community.

That is the conclusion of a 12-month arrangement with Support Staffordshire who have agreed to continue managing the Guildhall while its long-term future is decided.

Picture shows a sign 'Welcome to Walley's' at the entrance to Walley's Quarry landfill site

Councillors are to visit a landfill site in Newcastle which residents believe is the source of a smell in the town and which has resulted in more than 100 complaints being lodged with the Council.

A scrutiny inquiry is now being set up by the Borough Council to look at issues which local people say relate to the Walleys Quarry landfill site.

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