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Cannock Chase Council is seeking your views on important plans and documents that will shape the future of Cannock Chase District.
Businesses in Cannock Chase that remain closed due to the pandemic will receive a new grant payment following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 22 February.
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We are still here for you!
We are still operating during lockdown. Social distancing- masks worn- all touch points sanitised.
As part of Small Business Saturday Amanda Milling MP has announced the winners of her annual competition to find the best retailers of Cannock Chase.
Has the pandemic left you unemployed? Perhaps you need to up-skill to get back into work? Or maybe you fancy a change of career? Whatever your position, South Staffordshire College can help. Apply now, and you can get started in the new year.
Cannock Chase Council has now received funding from the Government to help businesses in the District whose trading has been affected during the current national lockdown. Grants are now available to be claimed from the Council.
`By and large the majority of Council services will continue as usual` is the message from Cannock Chase Council as the country prepares to enter another lockdown period this Thursday (5 November) which is expected to last until Wednesday 2 December. However, in line with the Government’s announcement which included details of businesses needing to close and personal restrictions to be put in place, there will be some changes made to Council services as a result.
The first brands coming to the new Cannock designer outlet village have been released.
South Staffordshire College is delighted to be supporting Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA) with the training of its apprentices.
Has the pandemic left you unemployed? Want to utilise your expertise to start your own business and become your own boss? Then look no further than South Staffordshire College to support you on your journey.
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