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Back to the 60s with A Bad Penny at Oulton Village Hall

It’s 1964 and the sleepy village of Nether Claybourne (not unlike Oulton) is about to experience its first major change for 50 years. This comes initially in the guise of a modern-thinking vicar, Rev Martin Braithwaite, who embraces the burgeoning youth culture of the 1960s. Then Micky Greenaway, the manager of up-and-coming pop group The Bad Pennies takes on the lease ...

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Nominations open for Pride In Your Patch awards

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Community-spirited residents from Stone and across Stafford Borough could be in line for an award for helping improve their neighbourhood. Members of the public, schools, parish councils, councillors, allotment holders and residents’ associations are being asked to nominate people who make a difference by cleaning, tidying or carrying out other tasks to make their area look attractive. This is the ...

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Top activities revealed for Staffordshire Day

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The first ever Staffordshire Day takes place on 1st May and organisers have today revealed some of the top events taking place. Food festivals, arts and music events, special offers and activities from the county’s top attractions are amongst the plans for the big day. Organisers Enjoy Staffordshire and Staffordshire County Council hope to see the day as an annual ...

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Smart Alert app set to turn the tables on crime

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Residents and businesses in Stone can now get free crime alerts and community safety advice through the new Staffordshire Smart Alert app. The app and website is thought to be the first of its type in the UK. The app and website, aimed at everyone over 12, has been launched by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire Matthew Ellis, and allows local ...

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Council issues blue bin recycling warning

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Residents in Stone and across the borough are being warned that their blue recycling bins won’t be emptied if they contain nappies, food or other unrecyclable materials. Stafford Borough Council released the picture above of a lorry load of recycling that was recently rejected by the processing plant because unwanted rubbish had been put in the blue recycling bins. Because of nappies ...

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