If you go down to New Kyo woods of today, you’re in for a big surprise…because a Town Council clean-up team has been blitzing the blight of fly-tippers.
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The Council will be holding a meeting next Tuesday in order to put in place emergency arrangements to allow the Council to function and take steps to support the community through the challenges we are facing. The agenda is linked below. ‘-Full Council Agenda 24th March 2020 The Council is legally obliged to admit the […]
Due to increasing concerns about the Coronavirus the Council has taken the decision to postpone the Annual Parish meeting which was scheduled to take place tomorrow evening at the Venue. The meeting will be rescheduled in due course when conditions permit.
The Annual Meeting of electors will take place on Tuesday 17th March 2019 at the Venue, Tyne Road, Stanley. There will be tea and coffee served from 6pm for a 6.30 pm start. Local community groups and organisations have been invited share details of the services they provide and details of the support they have […]
The Agenda for next week’s Finance meeting has been uploaded. Other papers will be attached when available ‘-Finance and General Purposes Agenda 10th March 2020
There will be two meetings of Stanley Town Council held next Tuesday. At 6.15 pm, the Council will be considering a motion to create an honorary Freeman of the Town. At 6.30 pm, the Ordinary meeting will consider business including Stragetic Grant Fund, Stanley Masterplan, Communications Plan and a Resident Survey ‘-Extra Council Agenda 25th […]
Every year the town stops and pays its respects to the 168 men and boys who were killed on 16th February 1909, when at 3.45 pm, an explosion ripped through the Burns Pit. It was a disaster that had a huge effect on the town. Over 300 dependents, the vast majority of whom lived in […]
THE AMBITIONS, concerns and passions of people in Stanley are placed at the heart of the 2020/21 budget, agreed this week [21 January] by the Town Council. Councillors threw their weight behind the 2020/21 Budget, which includes a plan to carry out the most thorough consultation exercise ever carried out in the town and its […]
The Agenda and background papers for next Tuesday’s Full Council Meeting are linked below. The January meeting is the one where the Council is required to set it’s budget and precept (Council tax) for 2020/21. The Council will also be considering the proposal to stage a Pantomime in the Civic Hall for 2020. The meeting […]
A STANLEY safe haven for women who have mental health issues, been subjected to abuse/trauma, or may be suffering long-term unemployment is celebrating a funding windfall to bolster its burgeoning business ambitions. Just for Women received £620 from Stanley Town Council’s Strategic Grant Fund to buy machinery and materials to support the Crafting to Wellness […]
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