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Staffordshire Police PCSO Opportunities Available

The recuitment process for new Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) to join the force next spring has begun with Staffordshire Police. We have a number of vacancies across the force area and the new recruits will start in April 2017. ACC Nick Adderley said: “From day one the successful candidates will be helping to fight crime and protect the public of ...

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Bogus Police Emails Circulating

Staffordshire Police are warning of bogus Phishing Emails being sent out purporting to be from The Metropolitan Police. Residents & businesses are warned to be on the alert after Action Fraud have received a high number of reports concerning a phishing campaign targeting personal and business email addresses with the subject heading ‘Crime Prevention Advice’, with the intention of distributing ...

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Late Night Shopping Event a Great Success

Stone Traders Late Night Market

Well it’s been 24 hours since the Christmas shopping event in the town centre and first and foremost I’d personally like to pay massive respect to the independent traders of Stone who banded together, put their hands deeper in to their pockets (both in terms of time and money) and put on an event to showcase what they have available ...

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Swynnerton Roses Remembered

The annual Armistice Day lunch hosted by Landmarc Support Service and the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), has been held in honour of the ladies who worked at Swynnerton Training Camp in World War II – fondly named the ‘Swynnerton Roses’ – and family members, along with apprentices that worked there in the 1950s, local residents, ex-employees, and the local police and fire ...

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New deal to deliver integrated care in Staffordshire

Integrated Care

People are being encouraged to find out more and have their say on a new agreement to deliver health and social care side by side across Staffordshire. Staffordshire County Council and Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership Trust (SSOTP) have agreed a new contract to run from 2017 to 2020 and a public consultation on the proposals is now open. Alan White, ...

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Santa’s coming to Stone – 2016 tour dates

Santa

Santa Claus is coming to town, as Stone Round Table reveal the 2016 tour dates for this years charity drive. Father Christmas, and his Sleigh, will be completing the annual charity fund raising tour throughout December.  Stone Round Table and Santa have a special relationship that means the residents of Stone get a sneak preview of Santa before he sets ...

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Stone’s Remembrance Parade – 13th November 2016

Residents of Stone will be coming together on the 13th November 2016 to remember those who have given, and those who continue to give, their service for our great country. The now customary Service of Remembrance will be held at the Walton War Memorial, Whitemill Lane, Walton, commencing at 9.50 a.m. Then will follow the annual parade, together with a ...

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‘Trick or Treaters’ urged to be respectful

Police want youngsters to enjoy the Halloween festivities at the same time as respecting others in their communities. For many taking part it’s a great fun activity, but for others who may not welcome numerous callers to their door, it can be a very unnerving and stressful time. It is a time young people should be extra careful and be ...

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Green Goddess display marks start of Poppy Appeal

Visitors to Stone will have chance to see an iconic fire engine on display to mark the start of this year’s Poppy Appeal on Saturday, October 29. Members of The Royal British Legion will take to High Street from 10am, where they will be joined by a Green Goddess. Volunteers are hoping the presence of the vehicle, which is currently ...

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