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Simon Tagg TV

 

On this page you can view Simon Tagg's videos and related content from the various public sector organisations that Simon is involved in.

Also at the bottom of this page you can find links to related video content on other sites.

 

 

 

Welcome to Newcastle-under-Lyme - promotional video for the recruitment of the Borough's new Chief Executive

 

 

 

Royal visit to Kidsgrove (22nd September)

 

 

Staffordshire Scrutiny - Councillors in action (15th July 2010)

 

 

Volunteer Staffordshire (17th June 2010)

 

 

Shop Local - Newcastle-under-Lyme (15th march 2010)

 

 

Enterprise Business Centres- Lymedale (4th March 2010)

 

 

The Staffordshire Hoard  - The incredible discovery of Anglo-Saxon gold found in Staffordshire(25th September 2009)


 

 

David Cameron meets with former Lib Dems who have joined the Conservatives(18th September 2009)


 

What happens to your rubbish?(14th September 2009)


 

Cutting the cost of politics(9th September 2009)

 

 

Staffordshire County Council Conservative Manifesto Launch (7th May 2009)

 

 

Governments 2 million mix up(16th Febuary 2006)

 

 

Simon Tagg taking his message out onto the streets!(15th October 2006)

Being Leader of the Council doesn't mean taking a backseat on the leafleting front! We want to gain more seats next time and strengthen our position on the council. See Cllr Stephen Holland and myself 'out and about' in one of our target wards.

 

 

Simon Tagg working in the Civic Offices, Newcastle-under-Lyme(2nd October 2006)

As Leader of Newcastle Borough Council Simon Tagg works in the Civic Offices in Merrial Street in the town Centre. Over 200 people work in the building and provide a number of services to local residents. Simon meets regularly with Council Officers and other councillors and leads debates in the Council Chamber.

 

 

 

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