Staffordshire Connexions Face Battle To Maintain Services Following A Further £1.5 Million Cut To Budget

In a shock announcement, Staffordshire Connexions are being asked to find a further £1.5 million savings in their budget by March 2011.  This is in addition to the £560,000 savings over a 7 month period, which has already been announced in the Stoke on Trent Division of the Company.  The £1.5 million savings is a result of reductions in the Local Authority Area based grant received by Staffordshire County Council, which has been passed onto Staffordshire Connexions. 

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Stoke Pride - Saturday 14th August

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Staffordshire Connexions Face Battle To Maintain Services Following A Further £1.5 Million Cut To Budget

In a shock announcement, Staffordshire Connexions are being asked to find a further £1.5 million savings in their budget by March 2011. This is in addition to the £560,000 savings over a 7 month period, which has already been announced in the Stoke on Trent Division of the Company. The £1.5 million savings is a result of reductions in the Local Authority Area based grant received by Staffordshire County Council, which has been passed onto Staffordshire Connexions.