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Tuesday, 8th November

Eight residents are celebrating after completing a training course which has given them the skills to help their communities.

Tuesday, 1st November

Young people in Kinver are putting the wheels of a community volunteering project into motion, thanks to funding from a housing association.

Thursday, 27th October

Residents in Lapley celebrated in force at a ceremony marking their achievement as the best kept village in South Staffordshire.

Thursday, 27th October

Older people in Staffordshire are singing the praises of supported housing, as part of a month-long celebration.

Monday, 10th October

SSHA is urging the Government to rethink changes to welfare benefits that could push thousands of vulnerable people into hardship.

Monday, 10th October

Youngsters in South Staffordshire are taking to the big screen as they play a role in improving communities across the district.

Wednesday, 5th October

Fun and games brought young and old people together in Staffordshire to prove that age is not a barrier.

Wednesday, 28th September

Two unemployed people in South Staffordshire have been given a foot on to the employment ladder thanks to a housing association’s bid to tackle worklessness in the district.

Wednesday, 28th September

More than 90 young people are getting fit on a Friday thanks to a unique scheme aimed to tackle anti-social behaviour in Penkridge.

Friday, 16th September

Young and old will be brought together at a special event aimed at breaking down age barriers, which is being launched in Penkridge later this month.

Wednesday, 14th September

Job hunters in Bilbrook and Codsall are being offered an opportunity to get back to work at a new work club which is opening in Bilbrook on Thursday, September 15.

Friday, 26th August

YOUNG people in Huntington are being made aware of the dangers unwanted fires as part of a week-long course to show them that ‘flames aren’t games’.

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