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Can you solve Oulton picture puzzle?

Do you recognise any of the people in the photos below? They were taken in the early 1950s and show members of Oulton Horticultural Society. One photo shows members inside The Brushmaker’s Arms, while two are taken inside and outside the village hall. Oulton local website Oulton Village wants to hear from you if you can shed any light on ...

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Stone man leads pilgrimage project

A Stone man is leading an ambitious project to create a new footpath between the cathedral cities of Chester and Lichfield – with Stone’s history playing a key part on the route. Retired headteacher and experienced long-distance walker David Pott wants to recreate a modern equivalent of the Medieval pilgrimage and the 80-mile walk will be the first waymarked pilgrimage ...

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Stone history comes to life: Heritage Open Days 2010

Some of Stone’s hidden history was brought to life this weekend during Heritage Open Days at St Michael and St Wulfad’s Church and Mosty Lea Water Mill. St Michael’s opened its doors to visitors on Saturday and Sunday, who could have a look inside the beautiful church and its stained glass windows. Also open was the mausoleum and, perhaps best ...

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