Census Day Is Approaching
Census Day is Sunday 21 March The census is a survey about all the households in England and Wales. Guidance is available in a variety of formats: large print, easy read, Braille, and videos with BSL, audio and subtitles. Look out for your census letter in early March. This will contain an access code that you need to fill in your census on line. You can also request a paper census questionnaire to be sent in the post.
Temporary Road Closure
Advance notice of works closing Uxbridge Street to traffic (except emergency vehicles between its junctions with Peel Street and Queen Street for upto five days,15th to 19th March. The pedestrian access is unaffected.
Tales of the Riverbank
Do you have fond memories of working or playing in, on or around the Trent? The Transforming the Trent Valley Landscape Partnership Scheme would love to hear of your adventures. Click through for more information on our News page.
Changes to Bus Services Around Burton on Trent
There are currently changes to the bus services in the Area. Please check before you travel!
Do the right thing – Get a Test!
Staffordshire has sites across the County for testing both those with and without symptoms. These include mobile units so there is no excuse.
Staffs County Council Happy at Home
Introducing ‘Happy at Home’, a County Council Campaign designed to help residents lead healthier, independent and happier lives and to support them to be able to live well at home for longer. Visit the "Interactive House" at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/happyathome
We Will Remember Them
Wreaths were laid at the base of The Anglesey Stone, in the The Queen's Garden at the Queen Street Community Centre.
Kicking through the leaves and jumping in the puddles! Autumn on Anglesey Community Park. Thanks to dad for sharing a little piece of joy at the start of "Lockdown Vsn. 2".
New website – new Logo
The Council has changed its logo! This change was driven in part by the new website currently being constructed. The new logo retains the connection with one of the heritage buildings in the parish. The weathervane on the former Clarence Street Brewery is shaped like a goat.
Wet Feet in The Parish?
Help us to help you - the responsible authority is the County Council, based in Stafford. They can't see your wet feet so you need to tell them. We could tell them for you but actually, they listen more to parishioners reporting these things than to us. BUT we are currently trying to collect a list of the sites of the large puddles. Send us the street name and the number of the house nearest to the puddle and we will add it to our list!