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Judges on the way

Horticultural experts from a nationwide community and gardens campaign are all set to pay us a visit.

Judges from Heart of England in Bloom are touring gardens, parks and projects on Wednesday, 26 July as part of this year’s entry in the competition’s small city category.

The borough is aiming for a 16th consecutive gold award.

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Bradwell Gold

Once again Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council’s bereavement service has been declared one of the best in the country.

The standards authority for crematoria – the Industry of Cemetery and Crematorium Management (ICCM) - has completed its annual assessment and awarded the service a Gold Standard for a 13th consecutive  year.

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Council continues abandoned car crusade

Court action has been taken against a motorist who abandoned his vehicle in a car park.

A district judge ordered the vehicle’s owner, Michael Hackney, to pay a £400 fine, costs of £400 and a victim surcharge of £40 following another successful court action by Newcastle-under-Lyme-Borough Council.

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Green Feet

Litter louts beware – a summer litter campaign called “Bin it for a better borough” is taking place.  

The #BINITFORABETTERBOROUGH campaign was originally developed by Keep Britain Tidy to “nudge” people towards bins with their litter. Further research, carried out in Denmark, found this to be a very effective way of reducing litter problems, with some comparisons showing a 40 per cent reduction.

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Sheila's life work on show at Brampton Museum

Artist Sheila Beech is holding her first local exhibition at Newcastle’s Brampton Museum from this week.

The exhibition, which runs until the beginning of September is the first exhibition by Sheila in her home town. 

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