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Interest Grows in New Garden Waste Service

Interest Grows in New Garden Waste Service

Hundreds of residents have already confirmed they are interested in taking part in the Borough Council’s new chargeable garden waste service.

The authority is asking for “expressions of interest” in the service which will mean householders pay just £36 a year for their bin to be collected and emptied.

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Council Appoints New Chief Officer

Council Appoints New Chief Officer

Martin Hamilton has been appointed as the new Chief Executive for Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council.

The experienced local government director will be unveiled to all councillors at a meeting of Full Council on 21 November where his appointment will be confirmed. Mr Hamilton will then take-up the post early in the new year.

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Museum is New Home for Unique War Archive

A couple who have created a unique archive detailing the experiences of the 5th North Staffordshire Regiment during the First World War are visiting the Brampton Museum to talk about their work as they present a limited edition copy to the Mayor.

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Cabinet round-up  7 November 2018

Cabinet round-up 7 November 2018

Ryecroft review to take place

Cabinet discussed the latest developments involving the Ryecroft site in the town centre.

The Borough Council and Staffs County Council, who jointly own the site, are to share the £70,000 cost of bringing in specialists to carry out a “master planning” exercise on the area.

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Kidsgrove Sports Centre gets councils' support

Plans to reopen a former leisure centre have taken a huge step forward.

Staffordshire County Council has agreed to transfer the building in Kidsgrove to the Borough Council for a nominal fee, a decision that was welcomed by the Borough Council’s Cabinet yesterday.

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