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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!

Stone Wedding Fayres in May

If you’re planning a wedding, or are about to start, then Stone is hosting not 1 but 2 wedding fayres in May to showcase the great Stone based businesses who can make your special day all that you dream of. First up is a brand new wedding fayre that’s being organised by a number of Stone based businesses. The wedding ...

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Ticket Giveaway – Faure’s Requiem

We would like to invite you to Cantiamo’s performance of Faure’s Requiem and have 2 tickets to give away to a lucky sharer of this story* Once again Stone Cantiamo Chamber Choir are combining with the Sheffield Chamber Choir to perform a major choral work in St. Michael’s Church, Stone. The concert is on Saturday May 10th. at 7.30pm. In ...

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Stone Gardening Club Meeting

Calling all gardeners, the next Stone Chrysanthemum and Dahlia Society Gardening Club meeting will be on Thursday 15th May, 7.45pm at CHRIST CHURCH CENTRE, STONE, ST15 8ZB, and not at Walton Community Centre as originally scheduled. Entrance £1.50 including tea/coffee and biscuit Our speaker is Mr. Jim Almond from Shrewsbury, the subject will be “Something for Everyone”. Mr Almond gives ...

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Spring in Stone

With Spring well and truly sprung we’re looking to discover what wildlife you have in your gardens or what you’ve spotted when you’re out and about in Stone. What nature is on your doorstep? What are you doing to encourage wildlife into your gardens? Send us your pictures, stories, videos or poems to spring@alittlebitofstone.com and we’ll pick the best for ...

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New Youth Theatre at Rooftop Studios

Are you aged between 13 and 21 years and interested in youth theatre? A new theatre group for youngsters aged 13 – 21 years is set to launch in Stone next month with open auditions for roles in its forthcoming production of ‘A Chorus Line’. Stone Youth Theatre will be based at the town’s established performing arts academy Rooftop Studios ...

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Catch the bus week

People are being encouraged to use public transport this week as part of a national campaign to get more people using buses. Staffordshire County Council are backing this year’s ‘Catch the bus week’ campaign and have just launched a brand new travel planner on their website to help make bus travel even easier. Staffordshire bus can now get everything they ...

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Stone murder suspect charged

  Staffordshire police have released the following statement in relation to the death of 22 year old Connan McLeod in Stone. MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER: A 26-year-old man has been charged with murder, following a detailed police investigation into the death of 22-year-old Connan McLeod, from Stone in the early hours of Saturday morning. Daniel Alllott, from Bagots Oak, Stafford ...

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Wanted man, Daniel Allott, arrested in Burton-on-Trent

Third man has been arrested in connection in the murder of Connan McLeod in Stone on Saturday morning. Detectives in Staffordshire are thanking the public for their support during the search for Daniel Allott, who was wanted for questioning about the murder of Connan McLeod in Stone in the early hours of Saturday morning after he was arrested by police ...

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Men arrested following Stone death

MAN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH A MURDER INVESTIGATION IN STONE: Detectives in Staffordshire have launched a murder enquiry after a young man died in a street in Stone in the early hours of Saturday (12 April 2014). Emergency services were called to Whitemill Lane, Stone at twenty past midnight to respond to reports that a 22-year-old man with a serious ...

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Review : Carnivorous Small Animals Talk

Thanks to A Little Bit of Stone team member Harriet Denson this review On 28th March 2014 at Oulton Village Hall Staffordshire Wildlife Trust Stone Group ran a talk on “Carnivorous Small Animals” Member Colin Webb introduced Derek Crawley from National Mammal Society (more info below), who took us through an illustrated talk about Shrews and Moles. We learnt about ...

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