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Last Call for Stalls at Sandon Spring Fair

Businesses interested in taking a stand at Sandon Spring Fair on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th May 2017 are being warned that time is running out. The event, which aims to offer a real celebration of spring in the midst of historic Sandon Hall’s extensive formal gardens, welcomes applications from traders specialising in both food and craft products Visitors can ...

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Yarnfield Park completes first refurbishment phase

Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre completes the first phase of their 2 year multi-million pound refurbishment plan £3.5m has been allocated for an ambitious 2 year redevelopment of this local training and conference centre. The plans aim to create fresh and contemporary event spaces, refitted bedrooms and a brand new restaurant. There have been big changes over the past ...

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County Council Backs City of Culture Bid

Stoke-on-Trent’s bid to become City of Culture 2021 is being backed by Staffordshire County Council, the latest organisation to show it’s support. Philip Atkins, Leader of Staffordshire County Council added his support to the City’s campaign. Philip said: “Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent have always been closely linked and are steeped in history with a proud and rich heritage going back many years. ...

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Stone directors scoop Sentinel Business Award

Sentinel Business Awards

Stone-based Elliott Shuttleworth and business partner Matthew Melling are celebrating after being named ‘Young businesspersons of the Year’ at last night’s Sentinel Business Awards The team behind the well-loved Flip Out trampoline park in Stone was also named runner up in the small business of the year and entrepreneur of the year categories. Judges were impressed with the rapid growth ...

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New Stone commercial property search goes live

A new online property search engine will help to find perfect premises for businesses in Stone and the wider Stafford. People wanting premises, offices for a growing business, for a new workshop or retail outlets, for example, will be able to use http://stafford.pps.tractivity.co.uk/ which has the most up to date listings of available properties in the County. After a growing number ...

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Stone Town Centre – Where do we go from here?

Today has been  a very interesting day in ALBOS land, on top of running ALBOS I have full time day job in Warrington that takes me away from Stone from 6:45am to 5:30pm.  That means that time to fit in Stone activities is normal shoe horned in to the end of the day! BBC Radio Stoke got in touch yesterday ...

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Natwest Stone to close in October 2017

Natwest

Stone is set to lose another bank as Natwest confirms an October closure date for their Stone Branch. The bank closure comes along with 6 other branches across the their North Staffordshire region. The bank have cited declining transactions due to the uptake of online banking as the reason for the closure and have said: “The way people choose to ...

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American-style Diner to open at Flip Out

A new £150,000 American-style diner is to open at Flip Out on the 1st April This significant investment comes just months after the business celebrated its one year anniversary and is planned to create an additional 15 new jobs at their Stone Business Park complex. Flip Out Stoke owners, Matthew Melling and Elliot Shuttleworth, said the latest project would see ...

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Businesses invited to a slice of Stone Food and Drink Festival

Joule's Food and Drink Sponsor

Following the news that Staffordshire’s biggest gastronomic gathering is safe for another year, organisers are inviting businesses to sponsor the event, which will take place on 6, 7 and 8 October 2017. A range of packages designed to suit businesses of all sizes and budgets has been launched to encourage companies to get behind the volunteer-run event. Generating some £750,000* ...

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