New homepage live on Staffordshire.gov.uk

Our website redesign has finished the next phase in the project, with the launch of our new homepage! Featuring photographs of stunning locations from around Staffordshire, visitors to our website will now be greeted with a new large search bar surrounded by the images.

In addition, our top tasks has had a makeover, and our newly introduced navigation system using Miller columns can also be accessed on the ‘Browse site’ tab.

Towards the bottom of the page our featured content and latest news sections have also had a new look, in advance for future work planned for the Staffordshire Newsroom.

Take a look at the different photographs used, along with descriptions. If you have an image that would be suitable for use*, why not send us an email on digital@staffordshire.gov.uk with your photo? It could be next on our homepage!

* Images should be a minimum of 1600 x 900px, and we would need the photographer’s permission in writing in order to use them.

Collegiate Church of St Mary, Stafford.

Collegiate Church of St Mary, Stafford.

The lake and blooming trees in early summer at Biddulph Grange.

Brewood, South Staffordshire District

The Ferry Bridge, Burton-on-Trent.

Kinver rock houses.

Aerial view over the City of Lichfield.

Staffordshire Place - home of Staffordshire County Council

Tamworth castle and gardens.

The Roaches, Staffordshire Moorlands.

Springtime at Trentham gardens.

Mountain bike with sawn wood stack in Cannock Chase forest.

The River Trent and Trent Bridge, Burton-on-Trent.

View of the spires of Lichfield Cathedral across Stowe Pool at sunset.

Gill Heath, Cabinet Member for Communities, with library staff Charlotte Hernandez.

The Three Shires Head water fall at the meeting point of Staffordshire, Derbyshire, and Cheshire.

Rollercoaster at Alton Towers.

Statue at Trentham Gardens.

The parish of St Luke and St Thomas, Cannock.