Home > Author Archives: Jon Cook (page 20)

Author Archives: Jon Cook

I’ve been the technical partner at ALBOS since 2010. Outside of ALBOS I’m a dad of 2 amazing little boys and follow the McLaren formula 1 team and Hull Kingston Rovers rugby league teams!

Witnesses sought to Priory Road burglary

Burglar

During the early hours of Wednesday 15th February (2:15am to 2:45am) two unknown assailants forced entry into a property on Priory Road in Stone.  Once inside the offenders confronted and threatened the male and female occupants, with the male occupant receiving a punch to his face. Police are appealing for anyone who was around this area or who may have ...

Read More »

St. Dominic’s Priory Stations of the Cross project

st doms priory

St. Dominic’s Priory Schools Year 9’s participation in the Cross Curricular project of the Stations of the Cross is now in its tenth year; it involves a collaboration between religious studies, art and the music departments and has become something of a tradition at the school. During the Spring Term and inspired by a particular artist or style, or indeed ...

Read More »

Council backs Crown Wharf Development Plans

Crown Wharf

Today Stone Town Council has revealed details of an exciting development that is being proposed for Crown Wharf, Stone. Stone Town Council has been approached by Joules Brewery and Stone Revellers members Leo Capernaros and Harri Bailey for their support with a project which would see the Brewery: Restore Wharfingers Cottage for use as a restaurant/coffee shop Create a Joules ...

Read More »

Valentines Messages 2017

We asked for your Valentine messages for your loved ones, and you provided! And the winners of our prize of a 3 course meal for two with wine or cocktails at Let’s See Bistro are Ness & Jon Watt! Check below to see if your Valentine sent you a love note.

Read More »

New Lost and Found Service from Staffordshire Police

We get our fair share of lost and found posts on our social media accounts so can you imagine how many Staffordshire Police every day? These non urgent calls to the 101 service are often asking the same questions “what should I do with this item I’ve found?”. To try and answer these questions Staffordshire Police have no launched an ...

Read More »

Food and Drink Festival under threat from park development

Westbridge Park

Last week we reported about the positive impact that the Stone Food and Drink festival has on the town (read here) but news from the festival organisers today paints a worrying picture for the event in 2017 and beyond. With the approval by Stafford Borough Council on the re-development of Westbridge Park, which the local town council had rejected, the ...

Read More »

I Flipping Love You!

Valentines Flip Out

Are you stuck for ideas for Valentines or do you just like to do something “different”? If so then you should note that Flip Out trampoline park in Stone is hosting an alternative ‘date night’ for couples who want to put a spring in to their relationship this Valentine’s Day. What’s more couples seeking this alternative kind of romantic day ...

Read More »

Air Ambulance lands at Walton’s ABC Park

Air Ambulance

The West Midlands Air Ambulance landed in Stone earlier this week when there was a reports of a patient who had fallen from a ladder. Along with a regular ambulance, a paramedic area support officer the Midlands Air Ambulance from Staffordshire was also sent to the scene. The male patient, believed to be in his 40’s was treated for back ...

Read More »

AED Donate to host spring ball

aed charity ball header

Stone’s AED Donate are hosting their Annual Spring Ball on Saturday 22nd April 2017. Taking place at The Moat House in Stoke the event kicks off with a champagne reception at 7pm and the event will wrap at 1am. If you’re interested in attending the ball or taking a sponsorship package the please contact AED Donate via their website – ...

Read More »

Police warn of bogus callers

Police are advising residents to be on their guard against bogus callers following an incident in Stone. At some point on Saturday 4 February a man visited an address in Oulton Road. He rang the doorbell and the 88-year-old victim gave him access to the main door and went out to greet his visitor. On returning to his flat he ...

Read More »
Loading...