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A ‘Clean Air Zone’ (CAZ) is to be considered to tackle air quality within the city. The news comes following agreement given to Stoke-on-Trent City Council from government that a CAZ could be looked at as an alternative to a bus gate to tackle air quality exceedances on Victoria Road in Fenton, which was a […]

Four members of Staffordshire County Council’s Libraries and Arts service have been shortlisted for a national award. Projects getting pre-used school uniforms to families who need them, a new Book Chat Group on Facebook and a new digital information programme are amongst the activities shortlisted. Kerry Hutchings, based at Cannock library, has been shortlisted for the […]

Jobseekers in Newcastle-under-Lyme will soon have welcome support at hand, with the launch of a free employment and skills hub in the town centre. Opening to the public on 15th September, The WorkShop will offer tailored and personalised career support to all who are interested in accessing training, employment or education. The WorkShop – the […]

Vintage Stationary Engine, Classic Vehicle Rallies and Potters’ Mill Steaming at the Etruria Industrial Museum   On Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th September the Etruria Industrial Museum will be open from 1030 to1630. Shirley’s 1857 Bone & Flint Mill will be in steam and operating as in Victorian Times with the 1820s beam engine ‘Princess’ […]

People from across Staffordshire are being urged to support a campaign to help reduce the number of suicides in the county. The #TalkSuicide campaign aims to raise awareness of the issue and to make it easier for people to talk about it. Sadly 10 lives are lost to suicide each month across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent, […]

People in Staffordshire are being urged to get protected this winter as the Government launches the largest national influenza campaign in history. More residents are expected to benefit from the free flu vaccine in eligible groups including those aged 50 and over, pregnant women, frontline health and adult social care staff and children aged 2 […]

If you were the first on the scene of an accident involving a biker, would you know what to do? Would you know who the most at risk is, how to protect the area or whether you should remove the helmet of a downed rider? Volunteers from Staffordshire DocBike have launched a free course called […]

Fire fighters from Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service are preparing to take part in a rugby match for charity in recognition of the work of former colleagues. The rugby union match, which takes place on 12 September from 2pm at Stafford RUFC, will see fire fighters pitted against The Combined Services Barbarians – a team […]

Staffordshire Commissioner Ben Adams has addressed community concerns over the policing of protests at Walleys Quarry in Newcastle-under-Lyme, as part of his role in holding the actions of Staffordshire Police to account. Mr Adams said: ‘Following recent protests about the Walleys Quarry landfill site in Newcastle-under-Lyme, both I and the Chief Constable have received correspondence […]

Come along to our launch event in September! Help us Celebrate the completion of the Heritage Lottery Funding restoration works to Hanley Park at our Open Day on the 11th September 11.00-16.00. We aim to take our visitors back in time, where will have a number of Victorian themed characters from a four horse display, […]