Rolleston-on-Dove Station Website - details about the village railway station featuring the efforts of TREATS in collaboration with the Parish Council to renovate what is left of the station, enhance the Jinny Nature Trail and create an amenity for the village.
Burton and District Arts Council (BADAC) - a registered charity that supports the voluntary arts community in and around Burton. To subscribe to the BADAC email newsletter go here. An example (October 2011 edition) can be read here.
Burton Junior Football League - Check out Rolleston FC and other team results.
Burton Tourist Information - Tel: 508000 Email: email@example.com Web: www.enjoyeaststaffs.co.uk
netmums.com/southstaffs - A local voluntary website set up and run by mums for all parents of young children living in the East Staffordshire area. The website has a wealth of information for local parents to access in the comfort of their own home and would welcome contributions about local events, ideas and comments.
U3A Burton-on-Trent - For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07512 468 591.
BBC Stoke and Staffordshire - the BBC's local news, sport, travel and entertainment reporting - on the web.
Walking in Staffordshire - More than 80 FREE Staffordshire walks to download.
Recycling - Local stores with 'Battery Cans'
East Staffordshire Citizens Advice
Bureau, Voluntary Services Centre, Union Street, Burton upon Trent. * Independent * Confidential * Impartial * Free * Advice.
Tel. 0844 848 7902 (advice line). If you are interested in learning more about the CAB or volunteering opportunities please contact
Rebecca Martin on 01283 527987. The National online CAB service can be found
Environment Agency (Flood Warning Service)
Mailing Preference Service
Telephone Preference Service
When the power goes out, it can leave people feeling unsure about what to do, with many wrongly thinking they should call the electricity supplier they pay their bill to. In order to solve this problem, a new phone number was launched by electricity networks on 6th September 2016. Dialling 105 will connect callers to their local electricity network operator.
The public can also call 105 if they spot damage to electricity power lines and substations that could put them, or someone else, in danger. If there’s a serious immediate risk, the emergency services should be called too. Further details are available in the attached pdf presentation.
National Express - go by coach.
UK Train timetables
East Staffs. Borough Council, Town Hall, Burton-on-Trent, DE14
2EB. For general enquiries Tel 508000. The Borough Council’s ‘Litter Hotline’ is: 0800 269098
(Waste Management) - Residents can use this number to report not just litter but leaves on pavement and dog fouling on pavements.
ESBC Dustbin Collection - Tel. 508665.
Guidance on the Safe use of Domestic Bonfires and Incinerators East Staffordshire Borough Council have issued the following advice (pdf document).
Staffordshire County Council, St Chad's Place, Stafford ST16 2LR. The CLARENCE service is now called the Highways Hotline and issues (eg. report broken street lights, potholes, damaged pavements, blocked drains, overgrowth of trees that block out street lights, etc.) should now be reported via email to: email@example.com. The corporate telephone number for all calls including those to this service is 0300 1118000.
Rolleston Travelling Library
Fortnightly service (except Bank Holidays)
Thursdays on Rolleston Club Car Park 9.30 am – 6.45 pm
Many of you already know that Staffordshire County Council’s Travelling Library visits Rolleston. It changed its operating hours in Easter 2016. From April the service will be fortnightly on Thursdays 9.30-18.45 on Rolleston Club car park. The first visit under the new timetable will be 14th April and then two weeks after.
We think it is an excellent service bringing the best of Staffordshire Libraries to your door. But as I’m sure you also know the hard part of providing any service is ‘getting the message out’. So we’re hoping this article should make it a little clearer about what we offer.
Now the more interesting stuff.
What does it offer? We carry 4000 items of constantly changing stock. (Although, it’s not all on at the same time; or we’d need extra wheels!) It’s too much to cover in one article but what you could expect to find on a visit is: anything from the latest release fiction to copies of the classics. We stock books to suit all tastes: from thrillers and crime to family sagas and Mills & Boon. And of course there’s something for science fiction and horror reader too. What’s best is many of these are in large print to cater for those with less than perfect vision and we even have some on audio tape or CD for those who prefer to listen!
We don’t forget our younger readers who can borrow anything from picture books to vampire stories. Non-fiction stock is available for all age-groups. It’s also worth mentioning that Internet access is available on the vehicle: so if you’re looking to research your family history or just want to ‘browse’ the web why not call in.
It’s always worth remembering that if we don’t have what you’re looking for we can order from another Staffordshire library for a modest fee to cover costs.
The helpful, good-looking, informed and friendly staff: Dawn, Ann and Peter will always be happy to show you what the vehicle offers (it’s perhaps going a bit far with the good-looking but…). So next Thursday, when you’re at a loss what to do, why not visit and take a look at what we have to offer – or if you want more details please telephone 07773 791132.
For general information, please telephone 01785 278369 (http://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/leisure/librariesnew/libraries.aspx ).
You can also find books using the Staffordshire County Council on-line library catalogue.
Derbyshire Airfield’s contact number is: 01283 733803 - The contact at Derbyshire Airfield is Martin Jones. He will be able to help with any concerns over low flying aircraft. If residents wish to report any low flying aircraft then they must do so as soon as the aircraft has been seen – this will enable Derbyshire Airfield to follow up your concerns.
Burton Police Station Tel 565011
The new non-emergency telephone number is 101.
PC Adam Wood 0300 123 2345 03708
PCSO Lesley Hardware 0300 123 2345 16848
PCSO Julia Wells 0300 123 2345 16814
Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner
Staffordshire Police Smart Alert = Crime and safety alerts from Staffordshire Police for residents and businesses in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent. Neighbourhood Watch, rural and business alerts.
Read more here.
Burton Domestic Abuse Helpline - 536006
Crimestoppers - 0800 555 111
Keep your child safe on the internet
How To Keep Your Child Safe Online
Virtual Global Taskforce: Children's Homepage - information on how to stay safe online
Internet Safety Guide
Online Security - Here are Smartcards (in pdf format) for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. They contain information about security settings that everyone using these sites should be aware of (Details correct as of September 2012).
NHS Direct Helpline Tel 111
Burton Doctors on Call (BURDOC) – Out of hours service. Tel 500800
There is no doctor’s surgery, pharmacy or dentist in the village. Some of the nearest are:
The Dove River Practice Tel 812455, Patient Participation Group (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Tutbury Practice Tel 812210 (Tutbury Practice Patient Forum)
Both Practices at Monk Street, Tutbury
Stretton Medical Centre, Ladywell Close, Stretton Tel 537450
Dean & Smedley, Unit 1, Main Street, Stretton Tel 546636
16, High Street, Tutbury Tel 812218
Manor Pharmacy, 171, Calais Road, Burton Tel 564928
Good Life Pharmacy, 60-62 Station Rd, Hatton Tel 813944
The Tutbury Dental Practice
59, Monk Street, Tutbury Tel 813540
Burton Family Dental Centre, 1 Tutbury Road, Burton Tel 500083
Jamie Winstone, 30 Horninglow Road North Tel 541608
Glenthorne Veterinary Group, 37, Monk St. Tutbury Tel 813343
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Last updated: 5 January 2017