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Get Your Dance on at Rooftop Studios

Stone’s Rooftop Studios is hosting a free taster session on Thursday, 5th October at 7.15pm to celebrate the launch of a new Contemporary Dance class for 9-14 year olds on Thursday evenings, . Studio director, Laura Keeling, who will lead the class, says: “Contemporary Dance is an amazing genre that really allows dancers to explore their physicality and creativity. It ...

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Stone Community Hub Dual Initiative for the Elderly & Vulnerable

Stone Community Hub has two new initiatives this autumn; The Boredom Buster, and Hub Grub! Hub Grub, funded by a £1,500 grant from the Santander Foundation, will provide a hot, healthy meal for those who are struggling due to financial hardship or lack of knowledge/confidence in cooking. The meals will be available on Mondays from 12.30pm to 1.30pm from the 2nd October. No ...

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New Stone Training Facility Opened by Royalty

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s headquarters in Stone has had a new training complex unveiled by The Earl of Wessex KG GCVO. Friday September 8, HRH officially opened the Villa Training Centre after being given a tour of the innovative facility, which will provide improved training opportunities and contribute to the safety of Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent residents and firefighters. From the ...

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Staffordshire’s Child Protection Services Enjoys Continued Success

According to the latest Ofsted inspection of children’s services, vulnerable children in Staffordshire are very well protected. For the second inspection in a row Staffordshire County Council’s services for children in need of help and protection, children looked after and care leavers are all rated as ‘Good’ in every category, with no areas needing urgent improvement. The inspection was a ...

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19th Annual “War in the Valley” Event at Churnet Valley Railway

The weekend of 30th of September and 1st of October will see Churnet Valley Railway once again readying itself for action with another nostalgic journey, as Staffordshire’s Little Switzerland gets transported back to the 1940s for one of the line’s biggest crowd-pullers – the annual war event which takes place for the 19th consecutive year. Following its successful rebranding as “War in ...

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George Egg Comes to Ginger & Spice Festival

The first annual Ginger and Spice Festival taking place in Market Drayton, Shropshire this September will now showcase internationally acclaimed Stand-up Comedian George Egg’s Edinburgh Fringe sell-out show “DIY Chef.” Thursday 28th September will see George Egg perform his latest show as a satellite event of the Ginger & Spice Festival at the Festival Drayton Centre at 7.30pm. George Egg ...

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