New Pay By Phone service and contactless payment ticket machines are rolled out across Council car parks

People will be able to pay to park using their mobile phones across Cannock Chase Council’s car parks using a new online service ‘PayByPhone’.  Cannock Chase Council will be rolling out the new service from 1 December 2020. Users simply need to register on the PayByPhone’s website.  Once you have registered with PayByPhone, you will be taken to an online form where you will be asked to enter your address, car registration number, mobile phone…

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Views sought on improvements to The Cema – Chapel Street Park in Norton Canes

  Cannock Chase Council’s Cabinet approved the spending of £120,000 to improve the play area and open space at The Cema – Chapel Street Park in Norton Canes in December 2019.  The money has been allocated from Section 106 funds collected from housing developments in Norton Canes. The improvements will include a new fully equipped play area, circular footpaths, landscaping, green gym equipment and artwork reflecting the heritage of the area relating to the canal…

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Businesses affected by the lockdown

Businesses affected by Lockdown invited to apply for grants 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. The funding is aimed at businesses forced to close or those seriously affected by the lockdown measures that began on 5 November and which are due to continue until 2…

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2020/21 Community and Business Support Grants

2020/21 Community and Business Support Grants Hednesford Town Council is launching three grant initiatives for 2020/21 to support the remarkable work of the groups, organisations and businesses based in Hednesford. The application form is the same for all three grants and will be allocated to the most appropriate fund.  Community groups, organisations and businesses can apply for grants up to a maximum of £500.00.  Supplementary funding may be considered if it can be demonstrated that…