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Nov 14 2016

Christmas and New Year events across Stoke-on-Trent 2016

Event Name Description Location Event Dates View Event Stoke-on-Trent City Centre Christmas Lights Switch-on The event will kick-start a host of Christmas celebrations across Stoke-on-Trent and marks the beginning of late night shopping in the City Centre. Albion Square 17/11/2016 View Event Hartshill Christmas Fair A traditional Christmas Fair with stalls and demonstrations from local …

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Aug 05 2015

Faulty concrete at Smithfield set to crumble and need repairs for up to three years

Concrete crumbling from the controversial two taxpayer funded £55 million Smithfield buildings may need repairing for up to three years councillors are to be told at a specially arranged Cabinet meeting. City Independent council leader, Dave Conway, announced that experts had passed the buildings as “fit for purpose” – but the concrete surface is likely …

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Jul 24 2015

Hospital porter makes history – forgotten first world war massacre of Staffordshire soldiers

By Charlotte Farmer​ A UHNM hospital porter with a passion for local history has had his first-ever book published. Callan Chevin’s ‘Hell at Hohenzollern: Staffordshire’s Blackest Day’ relives the events leading up to the massacre of 500 men from the North Staffordshire regiment during the Battle of Loos. Callan Chevin said: “I felt compelled to write …

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Jan 12 2015

EXCLUSIVE: Wedgwood Memorial College closed in 2012 to save £28,000……costs £200,000 last year for security!

Wedgwood Memorial College, closed in 2012 to save £28,000, has costs taxpayers just under £200,000 last year for security for the empty building a PotteriesEYE investigation has revealed.

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