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The Designer Shopping Outlet at Mill Green in Cannock is well underway and opinions vary on the positives and negatives for the town of this £160m development. Is it the final nail in the coffin for Cannock Town Centre?
Cannock Chase Council is delighted by the announcement that the Sport and Venue Programme for the Birmingham 2022 Games is confirmed, with Cannock Chase named as the venue for the mountain biking event.
Hednesford Park has scooped a Britain in Bloom award for the second year running in the ‘It’s Your Neighbourhood’ category.
Inspiring healthy lifestyles is hosting an introduction to mountain biking course for 16 to 25 year-olds, starting Saturday 14 January 2017.
In November essential tree works commenced on tree avenue in Hednesford Park, where sixteen, large, over mature trees were felled. Some of the felled trees have been pollarded and work has started to create living sculptures from some of the trees, that were well past their best.
The Mill Green Designer Outlet Village plans for Cannock are not to everyone's taste, but will people like the look of the place?
If you are interested in the First World War and local history, why not take part in the second phase of the project ‘Reaching Out Arms – The story of the First World War on Cannock Chase’?
Two historic trophies loaned by former Staffordshire servicemen have been put on display by Hednesford Town Council.
Cannock Chase AONB names its Volunteer of the Year and presents a Special Achievement Award.
A regeneration specialist is set to visit Hednesford to offer support and advice with the town’s plans to re-vitalise and make the most of the wealth of opportunities it has.
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