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National Trust activities in Staffordshire this Easter
Staffordshire has plenty of beautiful landscapes that you can explore this Easter and the National Trust are also putting on some great events to help get you and your family out enjoying the great outdoors. With scenic places close by like Biddulph Grange Garden and Shugborough Estate to visit, why not take a look at a few events they're holding below. Spring Baby Boom Shugborough Estate are ...


Staffordshire University midwife heads to Ghana to help deliver babies
STUDENT midwife Paula Elliott is hoping to raise £3,000 for a 'once-in-a-lifetime' trip to help deliver babies in an African hospital. The former building society worker has been offered the opportunity for a three-week work placement in Ghana as part of her course at Staffordshire University. Paula has already raised £1,800 towards her target to pay for travel and accommodation costs. Now the ...


Great War: Bringing Staffordshire Regiment's history to life
As the nation gears up to commemorate the centenary of the start of the Great War, Martin Tideswell discovers the wonderful military heritage on our doorstep at the Staffordshire Regiment Museum… THE Staffordshire Regiment Museum at Whittington, near Lichfield, is a little-known gem which is about to become rather popular as interest in the Great War centenary intensifies. It is a key element of ...


Staffordshire Police questioning third suspect over Fegg Hayes stabbing
POLICE are questioning a third suspect over a street stabbing which left a man seriously ill in hospital. The 26-year-old was being quizzed after being released from hospital today. The man had been under arrest at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire since the stabbing in Oxford Road, Fegg Hayes, on Sunday night. It comes as police have arrested and bailed 22-year-old Ismail Yahaya ...


American football: Staffordshire Surge just fall short against...
STAFFORDSHIRE Surge saw the lead change hands six times as they just fell short in a nail-biting curtain raiser against reigning National North West Conference champions Chester Romans.Surge fell behind in the opening minutes at Trentham Fields when Mike Banks put the well-fancied Romans ahead with their first touchdown pass.But the home side responded immediately when running back Ryan Reid ...


Staffordshire car key break-ins hit 2,000 a year
The raiders are now targetting family saloons as well as high end luxury vehicles which have usually been taken in the car key crimes.


NHS staff and patients set to benefit from Staffordshire Police donation of drugs search dog Buster
PATIENTS and staff at the NHS are set to benefit from a new drugs search dog provided by the police. Staffordshire Police's Dog Support Unit have teamed up with South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust after they requested training assistance for a proactive drugs dog and NHS dog handler for the purpose of searching hospital wards in the area. The police were able to ...


Staffordshire Police arrest two men in connection with Fegg Hayes...
TWO men have been arrested in connection with a stabbing in Fegg Hayes. A 26-year-old man received serious stab wounds during the incident which occurred last night at 10.20pm on the junction between Johnson Place and Oxford Road in Fegg Hayes. The injured man is in a stable condition at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire. The roads remain closed in both directions while forensic ...


Staffordshire Police hand £650k of criminal proceeds to community groups
Half of £1.3m clawed back from region's crooks to be distributed to good causes


Great War centenary events across Staffordshire for 2014
Great War centenary events across Staffordshire for 2014… March 21 to October 24 'Life on the Eve of War' An exhibition focusing on the golden age of the stately home – immediately before the outbreak of war, and just before estates across the land lost their Downton-style grandeur. Visitors can relive the lives of those involved through photographs, letters, and artefacts reflecting life at ...







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