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The competition aims to encourage community spirit and stimulate pride in villages.

 

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Best Kept Village Competition

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The role of Village Agents is to help rural communities in Staffordshire to build their capacity to contribute to the sustainable regeneration of their villages by promoting community action.

 

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Village Agents

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Rural residents who want make a real difference in their community are being urged to sign up to the Village SOS campaign.

The Big Lottery funded campaign will help rural community enterprises to flourish.

 

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Village SOS

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The Community Council of Staffordshire is actively engaged in protecting and improving the quality of life for all those living or working in the communities of Staffordshire by promoting self-help initiatives within communities, especially those in rural areas.

 

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About Us

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Bulk Oil Buying Scheme

 

The Community Bulk Oil Buying Scheme could reduce the cost of your domestic heating oil.  All you need to do to take advantage of the scheme is to pay an annual membership fee, which will cover as many oil orders as you need during the course of the year.

 

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The Village Halls Advisory Service provides information, advice and support to management committees of village halls and other community buildings on a wide range of issues relating to their operation and management.

 

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Village Halls Advisory Service

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Latest News - Best Kept Village Results

 

 

The results of this year’s Best Kept Village Competition (BKV) were revealed at the Presentation held at Stafford College, Tenterbanks Hall on Monday 3 August 2015.

 

The large audience heard John Perry, MBE, chairman of the BKV Working Group, which organises the competition on behalf of the Community Council of Staffordshire, announce the winning Large and Small villages and those which had been Highly Commended for their efforts this year in the five judging areas; and the County Winners.

 

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