The Staffordshire Newsletter is a weekly paid-for newspaper covering Stafford, Stone and Rugeley.
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INTERVIEW: Mark Archer- "I didn't ever expect Altern-8 to be used for a Christmas number one campaign!" Read more: www.staffordshire...
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Wasn't really old enough or brave enough to go to a real rave but I loved the music. The stuff that made it to the mainstream I danced to at the wonderfully named 'Tonight's Discorama' in Folkestone, Kent.
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A CARING Stafford student is climbing a mountain for charity – and if she raises £2,000 by the new year she will shave her hair off. Read more: www.staffordshire...
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STAFFORD has been saved from the dubious honour of inclusion in a new book of “crap towns”. Read more: www.staffordshire...
GREEN flags have been handed to two very different venues in Stafford giving them national recognition for their outdoor spaces.
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STAFFORD’S Bingley Hall will be transformed into a canine paradise when it opens its doors when it becomes home to a brand new family dog show this October.
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Stafford’s XLFM are delighted to announce Ray Crowther has joined the community radio project as Training and Programme Manager.
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A STAFFORD playgroup serving the town’s tots since 1975 is putting on a Summer Fun Day to raise cash for a new outdoor play area.
LIGHTNING stopped Stone train passengers in their tracks during this morning’s rush hour.
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Kate Bevan, who works as a lookalike, has already been inundated with work since the Duchess of Cambridge became pregnant.
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A LONG-MARRIED Hixon couple were surprised to find their timeless partnership echoed by a thyme-flavoured crisp.
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ATTENDANCE figures at this year’s Stafford Castle Shakespeare extravaganza have proved a dream come true for jubilant organisers.
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A RUGELEY firm specialising in intricate hand-crafted metalwork have been busy building a truly regal carriage cot for a very special, soon to be born, baby.
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A SCRAPBOOK recording the opera concerts held at Ingestre Hall more than 50 years ago has been snapped up by an Ingestre resident after it went up for sale on ebay - but she has been left mystified as to where it came from.
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EVERYTHING stopped for tea when the Newsletter hosted a refreshing party for a worthy cause.
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STAFFORD has been named one of the top 100 “crap towns” in the UK by the writers of a new book.
A TRENTHAM adventurer swapped mountains for the home of a Mountbatten when he was honoured for his work with young people.
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STAFFORD’S Big Burh Day concert featuring X Factor winner Matt Cardle has been hailed a success.
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THE VOICE of more than 50,000 residents fighting to retain acute services at Stafford Hospital will be presented before parliament by the town’s MP tomorrow.
AN ECCLESHALL woman has been named “most loved” customer by staff at her village grocery.
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New glimpse of Stafford's multi-million pound Riverside development
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AN ‘EXCEPTIONAL’ Stafford nurse has been recognised for his work caring for sick children.