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Stall holders wanted for late night shopping event

Late Night Shopping in Stone

Would you like to be part of Stone’s Late Night Shopping Extravaganzas? Stone Town Council are organising two exciting evening events to be held on the 20th July and 17th August, 2017. Taking advantage of the longer summer evenings, these 2 events focus attention on the High Street and will see a range of market stalls and Stone retailers stay ...

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Cheers to Beer’s Contribution to Staffordshire

The county’s economic leader is celebrating the huge contribution of the brewing industry to Staffordshire’s economy. Recent research estimates the industry supports around 1,200 jobs in the county and, including the supply chain, is worth about £66 million annually to the local economy, with beers from Staffordshire being exported all over the world. Speaking to mark the national ‘Beer Day ...

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Studio Space for Hire in the Heart of Stone

A first class studio space in the heart of stone is now available for groups needing a place to meet or business people looking to hold dance, fitness or exercise classes to hire by the hour. Rooftop Studios, has recently undergone extensive redevelopment. Located on the first floor above the Co-op arcade on the High Street, and home to a ...

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West Midlands Awards Recognises Local Building Firm

Local building firm Xtenda has won recognition in the West Midlands Building Excellence Awards for their commitment to excellence. Stone based Xtenda has a reputation for exceptional reliability, which has led to them being short-listed in the Best Partnership with a Local Authority Building Control Team category in the West Midlands Building Excellence Awards. Xtenda employ the best tradespeople they ...

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Cyber Crime Focus for Taste of Staffordshire Seminar

Food & drink businesses from across the county can learn how to protect themselves from cyber crime at a Stoke-on-Trent seminar in June. Being held at Titanic Brewery in Middleport on June 20th (12pm-4pm), the free Taste of Staffordshire event has been organised by Destination Staffordshire and NFU Mutual’s Stone Agency. It will feature presentations from NFU Mutual Commercial Development Specialist (Retail ...

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Joule’s Proud Sponsors of the Staffordshire Moorlands CamRA Group

Joule’s Brewery were proud to reveal the new sponsored shirts for the Staffordshire Moorlands CamRA group on Thursday 18th May at the Butchers’ Arms in Forsbrook. Steve Barton, Chairman for the brand ‘ We’re thrilled to have Joule’s support and thank them for their hospitality at the Butchers Arms, where Matt has given us a wonderful welcome and spread’. The ...

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Award for Panda Press to Further Business Development

Stone based printing and design firm Panda Press is one of the beneficiaries of a funding pot designed to promote the development of businesses in the region. Stoke on Trent and Staffordshire Grants for Growth initiative has been awarded a grant of £18,300 following a successful application, which it has used towards the cost of new equipment at their premises in Newcastle ...

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Joule’s bid to return to Stone receives boost

Joule’s Brewery’s bid to return to Stone received a boost last week as parliamentary candidate Bill Cash visited a possible development site in the town centre. Bill met Joule’s MD Steve Nuttall and head of the Crown Wharf steering group, Rob Kenney at the Crown Wharf which is currently owned by the Canals and Rivers trust. The trust is currently ...

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Churnet Valley on the way to Fundraising Success

The Churnet Valley Railway’s bid to raise £75,000 in just 3 months has made a flying start with just over half of the funds raised in a little under 3 weeks! The funds are being raised in order to complete the purchase of Cheddleton Station. The Victorian building at Cheddleton has been home to the preservationists since 1974, and the money ...

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Backing for Business to Transform Rural Buildings into Industry Hubs

Small and medium sized enterprises could benefit from vacant buildings being transformed into thriving business hubs thanks to a new initiative. Grants of between £10,000 and £65,000 from the Rural Enterprise Programme will be made available to businesses that can demonstrate they will create jobs as a result of a move to the refurbished building. Grants are also available to ...

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