Mossy Life



People in Staffordshire are being urged not to cut their grass in May and to join Plantlife’s annual No Mow May campaign. Latest update from Staffordshire Council Newsroom: The campaign aims to help support wildlife, creating a haven for them while improving biodiversity. By letting long grass and wildflowers grow naturally, lawns become healthier, and […]

Visitors to Staffordshire’s libraries during May are getting the chance to take part in fun activities to help promote the importance of caring for the environment. Latest update from Staffordshire Council Newsroom: The month-long #GreenLibraries campaign includes a programme of online and in-person events, including the Green Living Fair at Burton Library and an upcycle […]

Funding worth more than £5 million to help deliver a plan for the county’s future electric vehicle charging network has been welcomed by the county council. Latest update from Staffordshire Council Newsroom: Simon Tagg, Cabinet Member for environment, infrastructure and climate change at Staffordshire County Council explained that the offer of funding was welcome and […]

Staffordshire County Council has been named as a finalist in the prestigious MJ Awards for its innovative approach to delivering sustainability.   Latest update from Staffordshire Council Newsroom: The council has been shortlisted in the ‘Innovation in Delivering Sustainability and Social Value’ category, which recognizes organizations that have demonstrated a commitment to delivering positive social and […]

Can you inspire others in Moorlands to compost at home? Garden Organic is delighted to be working with Staffordshire County Council to support more people in starting to compost at home and encouraging others to give it a go. As in many other areas of the country, we do this by recruiting, training and coordinating […]

As world leaders discuss the challenge of global warming, Staffordshire communities are urged to keep making changes on their doorsteps. Latest update from the Staffordshire Council Newsroom: Since declaring a climate emergency in 2019, Staffordshire County Council’s carbon emissions have fallen by 43 per cent as the authority pursues its goal of being net zero […]

Carbon emissions caused by Staffordshire County Council are falling sharply as the authority moves towards net zero.  Latest update from the Staffordshire Council Newsroom: Initiatives have already reduced emissions by 43 per cent since it’s climate emergency declaration in 2019 and more steps are planned as the authority aims to reach net zero by 2050.  […]

Teach A Trade have partnered with Telford College to offer West Midlands and Shropshire based engineers a chance to become qualified air source heat pump engineer. Through the delivery of a 5 day training programme engineers will learn the principles of air source heat pumps, and how to safely install, test, commission, service and repair […]