After being awarded almost £250,000 from the National Heritage Lottery Fund a new and exciting phase in the life of a much-loved museum and art gallery will get underway next week.
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Micro businesses in Newcastle-under-Lyme will be able to benefit from free expert advice thanks to a unique partnership between Staffordshire councils and the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Micro businesses, those with one to four employees, can benefit from 12 months’ free business support to guide them through the pandemic recovery thanks to the new partnership, which is a UK first.
Newcastle’s Full Council tonight signed-off the 2021-22 budget without amendment including a small rise in Council Tax.
The Council’s share of the annual Council Tax bill equates to less than nine pence a week for the majority of households in the borough and 10 pence for those in Band D.
A playful but poignant pop-up art exhibition highlighting the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the creative sector and local businesses has launched in Newcastle town centre.