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|Contact our Police Community Support Officer|
PCSO Mark Griffiths can be contacted by phoning
the 101 none emergency police number then ask for extension 23051
|or email email@example.com|
We’ve got 5 work clubs up and down the district which are led by
enthusiastic experts who are here to give you the knowledge, the tools and the confidence you need to take that big step back into work.
Click on the logo to find out more.
Office Hours: 8.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. each weekday.
Click here to visit Gavin Williamson's website.
For advice including debt, click on the logo, phone 08444 111 4444
or come to our Walk in session at Cheslyn Hay Community Centre, Wednesdays 10:00 till 16:00.
|From 1 April, a new local consumer champion -Healthwatch Staffordshire, with the powers to hold local services to account, will be set up.|
Healthwatch Communities Involved are inviting local groups and people to declare their support and interest by signing up to a map of groups and individuals who are ready to help shape their services.
* Do you know that a network of local Healthwatch organisations are being set up to hold services to account in their areas?
* Are you aware of the range opportunities to get involved?
* Are you aware of all the organisations in your area which can help you participate in monitoring and shaping their services?
|To find out more click on the logo.||To get involved click on www.healthwatch-ci.co.uk/signup-csv/|
|South Staffordshire Village sites|
|Brewood & Coven Parish Council (with Bishopswood & Coven Heath
What's on in Brewood, Coven, Bishopswood & Coven Heath
|Bilbrook||Codsall Village Hall||Dunston|
| Wheaton Aston
Includes Lapley and Stretton
|Wombourne||Essington Parish Council|
|If you are a South Staffs village webmaster please use the contact us link so that I can add a link to your site.|
South Staffordshire Community for Voluntary Action. South Staffordshire CVA is committed to supporting and encouraging volunteer action. during the year 2002-2003 more than 130 voluntary/community groups were supported.
Comunity Council of Staffordshire.
This site gives information about community activities and issues, and also links to village websites across the whole county.
Rural Emotional Support Team.
This service provides support to the agricultural community.