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Ancient High House Hosts “Food Through the Ages”

The Ancient High House in Stafford is hosting a “Food Through the Ages” event, to learn about food and dining in the Tudor, Stuart, Georgian and Victorian periods. On Saturday 24th June from 10am to 4pm, the costumed characters will introduce visitors to tastes of foods from times gone by from, along with children’s workshops, table displays, demonstrations, and a ‘horrible ...

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Battle of the Somme Centenary Tour Unites Musicians

A live soundtrack for the original iconic 1916 Battle of the Somme silent movie will be performed next weekend which sees two orchestras team up. The acclaimed First World War film will only have a hundred international screenings taking place to mark the centenary year of the Battle of the Somme, with music and sound effects performed by a collection ...

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New Poets Laureate Positions Available

The roles of Staffordshire Poet Laureate and Staffordshire Young Poet Laureate are open, and local poets are being invited to apply. A two year position, Staffordshire Poet Laureate is open to adults aged 18 plus, while the Staffordshire Young Poet Laureate is open to teens aged 14 to 18 and is a one year position. The initiative, which aims to ...

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Trust’s HQ Hosts Fascinating World of Bats

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust has teamed up with Staffordshire Bat Group, and is inviting nature lovers who want to find out more about one of Britain’s most fascinating nocturnal mammals to join a series of moonlit walks at the wildlife charity’s headquarters. The Trust’s Wolseley Centre base, near Rugeley will host a series of bat walks on Friday 16th June and Saturday ...

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More Support for Families Under New Care Plan

A plan has been unveiled by Staffordshire County Council to reduce the numbers of Staffordshire children in care by giving families more of the support they need. Services for children and families in the county will be transformed to ensure more families get the help they need sooner, preventing them from reaching crisis point, and reducing the need for high-cost, ...

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“Great Exhibition” at Middleport Pottery

An exhibition currently scheduled to run until July 2, which went on show in Stoke-on-Trent over the late May Bank Holiday, features a host of very familiar ceramic creations. Nam’s Japanese bowls, Clover’s Russian dolls and winner, Ryan’s hand-built turtle toilet are just some of the items that have helped to ‘dress’ a very special room never previously open to ...

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Manor Hill’s New Head’s First Year

Manor Hill First School has undergone some exciting changes this year and pupils are ‘Inspired to learn, learning for life’, in it’s first academic year with Mrs Jess Roden as Headteacher. Manor Hill’s four core values, Collaboration, Creativity, Exploration and Resilience are at the heart of their teaching, and the children have many opportunities to demonstrate their love of learning ...

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National Drink Drug Drive Campaign for June

Staffordshire Police need your help to catch people that are irresponsible and drive whilst over the alcohol limit or on drugs. A national Drink Drug Drive campaign throughout June will see officers proactively targeting those people who choose to drive under the influence, and they need your help to catch people in the act. If you know someone who regularly ...

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