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Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Groups
(CCGs) – the organisations responsible for buying healthcare
services in the area – launched the “Our NHS” membership scheme
as part of their continued commitment to putting patients at the
frontline of decisions about local care. The scheme is open to
everyone with an interest in health.
Members of the “Our NHS” Membership Scheme receive regular
information from the CCG and have the chance to take part in
consultations and activities that make a real difference to the way
care is delivered in the area.
Joining is easy and free – simply enter your name and e-mail address
using the following links:
http://www.northstaffsccg.nhs.uk/membership-form for the North
http://www.stoke-on-trentccg.nhs.uk/membership-form for the
If you require any further information please don’t hesitate to get
The County Council has created a web page so that residents can report highway issues like potholes and faulty streetlamps online. Click here to go to the web page - 'We prioritise all potholes so that the most dangerous ones are repaired either the next day or within 7 days. The vast majority are given to specialist teams and will be repaired depending on location and road use, usually within 90 days however this may be extended depending on resources'.
Staffordshire Smart Alert was launched by the by Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, Matthew Ellis, in March 2016 to improve engagement between Staffordshire Police and the communities they serve. Residents can register to receive real-time and localised crime alerts via a web page, e-mail or a smartphone app.
Click here for further details about the scheme.
Call 105 is a new and free service to report and get information about a power cut in our area.
A recent survey revealed that many people in the country would try to contact the wrong company to report a power cut. Call 105 makes it easy to contact the correct company just by calling one number.
You can dial 105 from a landline or a mobile telephone. The system will automatically connect you to the local network supplier which in our case is Western Power Distribution.
You can also use the number to report any concerns that you have about power lines or substations.
Click here to go to the Call 105 Website.
Do you run or provide a community group or service ?
The Community Pages provide agencies, organisations, groups and clubs with an opportunity to publicise their activities and contact details on the parish website. The publicity can either be a simple listing on this page or on a separate dedicated page. There is no charge for this service, just complete a contact form by clicking the option on the main menu.