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18.04.22 – Egg Donation by Seth, Staffordshire Dignity in Care Awards, Exhibition at The Brampton, Young Traders Market

Written by on 18 April 2022

Patients young and old at UHNM have an Easter Egg in time for the Bank Holiday Weekend thanks to the kind efforts of one young man!

Nine-year-old Seth Leigh from Clayton donated dozens of Easter eggs at Royal Stoke earlier this week so patients in our Older Adults Wards and Staffordshire Children’s Hospital at Royal Stoke can a tasty treat during their stay with us.

Seth spent his spare time approaching local supermarkets for donations.

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People from Staffordshire are being invited to nominate carers, work colleagues, friends and family members for a special carers award.

The 2022 Staffordshire Dignity in Care Awards, now in their eighth year, recognise organisations and individuals who care for the most vulnerable with dignity, kindness, respect and compassion.

The Awards are open to anyone who works in the care sector, care companies as well as informal and young carers.

Nominating someone for an award is quick and easy and can be done online or by contacting the team who can help you do it. There are 10 categories to choose from this year, so there’s something for everyone.  Nominations close on Tuesday 31 May 2022.

You can find out more about the awards or nominate at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/dignityincare.

People can also request a hard copy of the nomination form by calling 01785 355795 or emailing dignity@staffordshire.gov.uk.

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Talented young artists who submitted the best entries in a popular creative competition will soon see their winning work go on display to the general public.

The Brampton Museum is hosting an art exhibition featuring 37 paintings created by schoolchildren in Newcastle-under-Lyme as part of the Council’s annual painting contest.

The theme of this year’s competition was “Bloomin’ Treemendous” in recognition of the “Plant a Bloomin’ Tree” initiative.   There were 608 entries from local schools and young people.

The overall winner of the under 7s category is Clark Davis, aged five, from the Demetae Academy in Newcastle and Amber Smith, from Thursfield Primary School in Harriseahead, is the main winner of the over 10s section.

These will be among the paintings which will be on display at the Brampton museum from TOMORROW through until to the  24th April.

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Newcastle-under-Lyme Markets are once again taking part in the popular ‘Young Traders Market’ for 2022.  On Saturday the 18th June, there will be free stalls including free insurance for 18 to 30 year olds who are trying to get a business off the ground.  So, why not market your talent

and book your free stall on a busy Saturday with plenty of town centre footfall.  Call 01782 620519 for further details or to book your stall.