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Images Dated 10th November 2021

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101121BerthaPark Featured 10 Nov 2021 Image

101121BerthaPark

Bertha Park High School is hosting WEEE Term to divert small electrical items from landfill and help reduce climate change. Householders in Bertha Park can recycle their small electrical items at Bertha Park High School until Friday 21 January 2022.
PHOTO - Councillor Angus Forbes (left) Convener of the Council? Environment & Infrastructure Committee, with staff and pupils of Bertha Park High School

Pictures by staff photographer Richard Wilkins

09/11/2021 Featured 10 Nov 2021 Image

09/11/2021

Name: Directors James Dunning and Sean Thorneycroft with some of life insurance cosultants
Description: James launched Purely Protect insurance brokers during lockdown last year and is now looking to double his workforce over the next six months. He currently has 12 staff and around 14 vacancies.
Please could we get a pic of James and the team.
Category: BIZ
Date: Tuesday, November 9
Time: 2pm
Address: Purely Protect
BusinessLodge Stoke - suite 137
Trent House
Victoria Road
Fenton
ST4 2LW

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10/11/2021BlytheFields Featured 10 Nov 2021 Image

10/11/2021BlytheFields

Any chance of some new GVs of Blythe Fields plus Woodlands Lane just down from the development
Plans to extend the use of a temporary road on a housing development are expected to be approved.
St Modwen is building 118 homes on land off the Blythe Bridge bypass.
The developer was given permission for a temporary ?aul road?giving access to the site from Woodlands Lane, which was opposed by residents.
It was only supposed to be used until a new junction was constructed as a permanent entrance to the Blythe Vale development.
But despite this entrance now being in place, St Modwen has applied for permission to keep the haul road in use for a further five years.
However, the initial application has been modified to mean traffic will no longer access it via Woodlands Lane, following complaints from residents.
The land is southeast of the A521 Uttoxeter Road, just off the A50 roundabout and near Blythe Bridge Railway Station.
Members of Staffordshire Moorlands District Council? Planning Applications Committee will discuss the matter at a meeting on Thursday (November 11)

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