Home > Author Archives: Lauren Walker (page 30)

Author Archives: Lauren Walker

Match Report FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round

Stone Old Alleynians

Stone Old Alleynians vs. Lutterworth Athletic Match Date: Sat September 10th 2016 Team:- Brandon McEleny, Adam Heath, Oliver Davies, Sam Wilson, Adam Pope, Paul Griffiths, Malaki Norwood, Jack Tomlinson , Danny Heard, Matt Thomas, Alex Kay Subs:- Matt Burslem, Sam Chilvers, Darryll Johns, James Lee Stone Old Alleynians eased into the 2nd qualifying round of the FA Vase, with a ...

Read More »

Free Family Play Sessions for Children with Disabilities

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust

  Free wildlife themed activities will be available for children & young people with disabilities and their families, aiming to give them a chance to head outdoors & enjoy mother nature. Aiming High family events, run by the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust will be held across the county, and will give disabled youngsters aged 8 – 16 the chance to try ...

Read More »

Freedom of Borough Meeting for Olympic Champion

After Patrick Farrington, Leader of Stafford Borough Council proposed awarding Olympic gold medallist Joe Clarke the Freedom of the Borough, councillors will meet to vote on the honour. Joe, who claimed Team GB’s second gold of the Rio Olympics in the K1 men’s slalom on 10 August, was lauded as a “person of distinction” by Farrington. During recent homecoming celebrations ...

Read More »

Foraging in Stone – Food For Free Initiative

What’s better than free stuff? Free stuff you can EAT! With the bewildering array of produce available these days from shops & markets, we sometimes forget that Mother Nature provided them long before they got packaged up & put on display. Some of her best work still grows wild and is readily available, but so few of us go out ...

Read More »

Forest School Training Programme Offers New Skills

If you’re a fan of the great outdoors, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust may have just the course for you. A new training programme is providing the opportunity to gain new skills and earn a nationally recognised qualification through its Forest School Training Programme. The scheme will culminate in provide everything you need to gain the Forest School Training Open College Network Level 3 qualification, ...

Read More »

Calls for Urgent Solutions for Children’s A&E

After closing Stafford County Hospital’s A&E department to children, the trust behind it is being called on to explain it’s decision. Stafford Borough Council Leader Patrick Farrington has told members of the Council’s Cabinet that urgent answers are needed to resolve the situation. At a meeting on the 1st September, Councillor Farrington also told the Cabinet he had arranged a ...

Read More »

All Work & No Play in the Sun for Ambulance Staff

The sun came out in the Midlands over the August Bank Holiday, but while the barbecues came out for some of us, hundreds of ambulance staff provided essential care and saved lives. West Midlands Ambulance Service received 11,639 calls over the four day period, 5% more than the same period last year, with the biggest increases coming in Staffordshire (+8%), ...

Read More »

County Hospital Suspends Children’s A & E Services

Due to a temporary suspension of walk in treatment, Staffordshire families are being advised not to take their children to the emergency centre. While adult Accident & Emergency is unaffected and will continue with its normal 8am – 10pm opening hours, staffing issues have forced services for under 18’s to be suspended with immediate effect. Philip Atkins, Leader of Staffordshire ...

Read More »

St Dominic’s Students Celebrate 100% Pass Rate!

Results day was 2016 was a resounding success for St Dominic’s staff and pupils, with a fantastic 100% pass rate! 90% of students achieved more than 5 subjects at grades A*-C, and 64% of  all subject entries were at Grade A*-B. One student to be celebrating in particular was  Bethany Barrett who achieved A*/A grades in 11 subjects (6A*s and 5A’s). All ...

Read More »
Loading...