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Cabinet round-up

17 January Cabinet Round-up

New initiative to prevent travellers illegally accessing Wolstanton Marsh

A scheme designed to deter travellers from occupying Wolstanton Marsh has been given the go-ahead.  

Cabinet approved a new project to install 45cm high timber bollards around two areas of the Marsh, where access is currently possible.

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Lyme Valley Parking

Lyme Valley Parking

Visitors to the Lyme Valley should find it much easier and safer to find a free parking space when a parking management system is introduced soon.

The Council is working with Stoke-on-Trent City Council to put the necessary traffic regulation orders in place so that parking can legally be enforced on the car park which is accessed from the A34.

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Council's Hidden Gem Continues to Shine

A Council’s “hidden gem” continues to meet national quality standards.

The Brampton Museum has maintained its Full Accreditation status following a rigorous review by judges from the Arts Council England.

Accreditation, the professional standard for museums and galleries, defines good practice by looking closely at management procedures, the care of collections and services.

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Recycling Vehicle

Recovery Plan Extended while Recycling Review gets Underway

Successful measures put in place to catch-up with missed recycling collections last month will become a regular feature while a recycling and waste service review is carried out.

Additional vehicles from the Council’s fleet will be deployed in emergency situations to ensure the service is in a much stronger position to deal with unforeseen circumstances such as a vehicle breakdown, unexpected high recycling volumes and bad weather.

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Bollards Aim to Stop Travellers in their Tracks

A scheme designed to deter travellers from accessing Wolstanton Marsh is on the agenda.

The Council’s Cabinet is being asked to approve the installation of 45cm high timber bollards around two areas of the Marsh where vehicle access is currently possible.

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