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Burning issue: Is it too early for Christmas shopping? This Stafford market trader is already starting to think about Christmas gift ideas

Burning issue: Is it too early for Christmas shopping?

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Times Gone By: Mum’s yearning to return to acting career Read more at http://www.staffordshirenewsletter.co.uk/times-gone-by-mum-8217-s-yearning-to-return-to-acting-career/story-29581077-detail/story.html#rpqxfKJUM0kh8juZ.99

Times Gone By: Mum’s yearning to return to acting career

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TORY heavyweight and prominent "Brexit" campaigner Boris Johnson went bananas during his visit to Stafford. The Vote Leave "battle bus" was touring the region today to rally...

Boris goes bananas as Brexit battle bus visits Stafford

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A STAFFORD music fan is on his way to clocking up 500 attendances at a popular show. Paul Charman saw That'll Be The Day twice at Stafford Gatehouse last month, notching up 475 performances. Last...

That'll Be The Day superfan from Stafford prepares for 500th feel-good outing

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AN Eccleshall wildlife centre is expanding its capacity due to a "national epidemic" of people attempting to keep exotic animals as pets. Gentleshaw Birds of Prey and Wildlife Centre,...

Spotlight on: Gentleshaw Birds of Prey and Wildlife Centre in Eccleshall

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STEP-BROTHERS from Stafford will be taking on a gruelling 10,000 mile journey to Mongolia. Adam and James Rowley have kick started their quest by receiving a £1000 sponsorship boost from M6...

Stafford step-brothers prepare to take on Mongol Rally

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STAFFORDSHIRE'S Alton Towers theme park wants to build extra lodges to meet rocketing demand. The plans, recommended for approval, are set to create an extra 25 jobs. The expansion of the theme...

Alton Towers wants to build more lodges to cope with soaring bookings and create 25 jobs

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CHILDREN and staff are celebrating having £10,000 of new activities at their rural Stafford school. All Saints (CE) school and Busy Bees nursery in Standon now boasts a new early years...

Stafford school celebrates news equipment which is transforming learning and play time

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A STAFFORD pub has enlisted the help of some of Britain's most famous faces as it launches a search for the town's best lookalikes. A-listers David and Victoria Beckham, Daniel Craig and even Her...

Stafford pub enlists David Beckham, the Queen and Daniel Craig for lookalikes competition

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A CARPET business owner is facing a bill of almost £3,000 for dumping waste in South Staffordshire. Philip Brown, 31, from Wiston Avenue in Wolverhampton, dumped carpet off-cuts, old underlay,...

Business owner carpeted for fly tipping in South Staffordshire

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THE WORLD'S largest gathering of shire horses has made its debut at Staffordshire County Showground – and plans are already afoot to return to the venue next year. The Shire Horse Society...

Shire horses take centre stage at show near Stafford

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NAME: Becci Bryant AGE: 45 OCCUPATION: Chief fire officer for Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service HOME: Biddulph FAMILY: Married, no children WHERE WERE YOU BORN? Winterbourne, Bristol, South...

Profile: Becci reflects on her career as she is county’s first female chief

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EVER visited a zoo and wondered what it would be like to get up close with your favourite animals? If you live in Staffordshire, you don't actually have to go very far to stroke a Meerkat or feed a...

REVIEW: The Animal Zone, at South Staffordshire College’s Rodbaston Campus

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A SCHEME aiming to transform neighbourhoods by converting derelict plots of land into thriving community allotments has expanded. Volunteers, community leaders and families turned out last week to...

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Allotment scheme to transform derelict land opens latest one in Staffordshire

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RESIDENTS and businesses across Staffordshire are now able to receive free timely crime alerts and community safety advice. The Staffordshire Smart Alert App and website, launched by the Police and...

Get crime alerts to your phone with new Staffordshire Smart Alert App

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DOXEY councillors have welcomed three new potential lifesavers to the village. Public access defibrillators have been installed at the Universal Sports and Social Club at Reed Drive, Doxey House on...

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Memorial to late Doxey councillor could save the lives of fellow villagers

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YOUNG actors are taking part in National Theatre celebrations this month. Stafford Gatehouse Youth Theatre (SGYT) are performing in the 21st National Theatre Connections Festival which features some...

Youth theatre festival comes to Stafford

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ONE of Rugeley's miner statues is recovering after being hit by a vehicle. The Brereton Miner, which was badly damaged in November - less than three months after it was unveiled – disappeared...

Rugeley miner statue ‘using up rest days’

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WHAT do an American Civil War rifle, a set of 1920s mahogany cinema seats and a mummified dog have in common? They've all been sold at a Rugeley shop. Blackfish Collectibles claims to be the...

Mummified dog sold by Rugeley shop

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A POTTER from Stone has been awarded a prestigious fellowship giving his practice a $50,000 boost. Mark Hewitt, whose family lives in Stone, received a 2015 United States Artist Distinguished...

Stone potter awarded United States Artist Distinguished Fellowship

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NAME: Brenda Timothy AGE: 82 HOME: Gnosall FAMILY: Husband Brian, two children and grandson Andrew WHERE WERE YOU BORN?: I was born in Birmingham. My father was a long distance lorry driver, so...

PROFILE: Telling stories that span the decades and centuries

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A STAFFORD runner is preparing to take on the town's half marathon and the London marathon in memory of her mother. Leanne Stolworthy, 36, from Baswich, will be doing the Stafford Half Marathon in...

Stafford runner prepares for half marathon and London marathon

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A STAFFORD teenager has said he was slashed across the face at a city centre bar after he shrugged at a couple. Zack Porter, 19, needed 21 stitches to his cheek after the entire right-side of his...

Stafford student scarred by glassing in city centre bar - after

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STAFFORD mum Joanne Cole was struck down by motor neurone disease last year, but the former fitness instructor has vowed "this isn't the end, this is the beginning" and, determined to find...

Jo's diary | Joanne Cole updates us on her battle with motor neurone disease, and her fund-raising

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FANS of TV show Lambing Live are in for a treat if they visit a farm near Penkridge this week. Lambing season has started at farms across Staffordshire and Lower Drayton Farm is no exception. The...

Love BBC show Lambing Live? Meet the sheepish new arrivals at farm near Penkridge: SLIDESHOW

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