Author Archive: Abigail Reed
Port Vale’s administrators have announced that season ticket prices will increase by up to five per cent next season.
Bob Young and Gerald Krasner told fans about the change during the supporters meeting last night (March 28).
Stoke-on-Trent’s last remaining hole-in-the-wall oatcake shop has closed.
The shop in Hanley, which has been open since the 1920′s, closed down yesterday (March 25) to make way for a regeneration project.
Longton RUFC are hoping to keep up their winning streak when they travel to Hereford this weekend.
Currently sitting at a comfortable fourth place with 76 points, Longton are unable to get promoted this season, leaving little pressure on their game tomorrow (March 24).
Tony Pulis has said his side should not expect a walk in the park when they face Norwich at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday.
Last time the the Potters met Norwich, neither side managed to take away three points from the match, which ended 1-1.
Stoke City boss Tony Pulis believes Harry Redknapp is the best choice for the England job.
After speaking to Redknapp recently, Pulis knows the Spurs boss would like the job, but he’s desperate to succeed with his team first.
Spooky stories will take centre stage at a ghoulish event at Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station.
The one-off ghost tour on January 13 will give the public a chance to explore rooms above the platform which are rumoured to be haunted.
Staffordshire residents are being reminded to protect their homes from burglars during the festive period.
The warning comes from police after properties were targeted by raiders.
Staffordshire residents are in for a treat over the weekend as a series of events are set to take place.
The fun starts tonight (November 11) in Tunstall Square where you can have a sing-song and meet some special guests at the Christmas lights switch on.
A campaign is encouraging people to report problems in their local area to make sure they are resolved before the winter.
Fix Before the Freeze allows residents to get involved with improving their surrounding areas by reporting issues to the FixMyStreet website where they are then passed on to the relevant organisation.
A number of events are taking place across Staffordshire to mark National Adoption Week.
The adoption and fostering recruitment bus will be travelling the county to find potential new parents.