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Trust’s HQ Hosts Fascinating World of Bats

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust has teamed up with Staffordshire Bat Group, and is inviting nature lovers who want to find out more about one of Britain’s most fascinating nocturnal mammals to join a series of moonlit walks at the wildlife charity’s headquarters. The Trust’s Wolseley Centre base, near Rugeley will host a series of bat walks on Friday 16th June and Saturday ...

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“Great Exhibition” at Middleport Pottery

An exhibition currently scheduled to run until July 2, which went on show in Stoke-on-Trent over the late May Bank Holiday, features a host of very familiar ceramic creations. Nam’s Japanese bowls, Clover’s Russian dolls and winner, Ryan’s hand-built turtle toilet are just some of the items that have helped to ‘dress’ a very special room never previously open to ...

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Manor Hill’s New Head’s First Year

Manor Hill First School has undergone some exciting changes this year and pupils are ‘Inspired to learn, learning for life’, in it’s first academic year with Mrs Jess Roden as Headteacher. Manor Hill’s four core values, Collaboration, Creativity, Exploration and Resilience are at the heart of their teaching, and the children have many opportunities to demonstrate their love of learning ...

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Dorothy Clive Garden Host Mini Beast Adventure

Student entomologists from Harper Adams University, RSPB Midlands & Cranfield Forensic Institute are teaming up with the Dorothy Clive Garden to co-host a Mini Beast Adventure on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June 2017, from 10am to 5.30pm, at the Dorothy Clive 12 acre woodland garden. Families, and other visitors, can take part in a ‘Mini Best Insect Trail’ around ...

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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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Free Training Course for Keen Walkers

Keen walkers are being encouraged to take part in a free training course to help people get fit with walking. Stone Walking For Health have organised a schedule of walks, most starting at the Stafford & Stone Canoe Club car park. There is an option of a short walk, or a longer one to suit all abilities, but both are ...

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Warmer Homes Service Renewed for Further Two Years

Stafford Borough Council’s affordable warmth service has recently been re-tendered for an additional two years. Stone residents can access free and impartial support to help lower their bills and improve the comfort within their homes. The WHS team help support residents in Fuel Poverty and those living in cold homes. WHS provides advice, offers home visits, signposts to additional services and ...

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Yarlet School Hosts Musical Delight

  The sun shone in through the school room windows on a lovely summer evening at Yarlet School, whilst Year 3 and 4 pupils treated their audience to an array of delightful music. A number of polished piano duets, musical theatre numbers and rock-worthy drum performances were showcased, as well as the very first Yarlet Ukulele performance. To finish the evening, all ...

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Inn Ringers Support Alzheimer’s Society with 40th Anniversary Concert

The Inn Ringers have announced that The Alzheimer’s Society is their chosen charity for their 40th Anniversary concert on 25th June 2017. Each year the members of The Inn Ringers nominate a charity to support, by an overwhelming majority it was decided the team should support the Alzheimer’s Society. Musical Director Paul Mellor said “The number of people being affected by ...

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