Author Archive: Charley Hill
The Stoke Easy Rider Potters have completed their line-up for the new season.
Rhys Naylor has made the switch on loan from King’s Lynn.
Four soldiers from the Staffordshire-based 3rd Battalion Mercian Regiment have been included in the latest group of defence Honours.
Corporal Carl Taylor, from Birmingham, has been awarded the Military Cross for rescuing three young Afghan children from crossfire. Other honours included a Joint Commanders’ Commendation awarded to Major Mark Harris, Sergeant Sean Geoghegan, Corporal Shaun Coates and Private Lee Stephens.
Students at a college in Burslem have joined thousands of youngsters across the country taking part in BBC School Report Day.
The annual event sees youngsters learning about how the media works and trying their hand at journalism.
By Charley Hill: Tributes have been paid to a missing Lichfield man after his body was pulled from the River Trent last Thursday morning (15 March).
By Charley Hill & Matt Payne: A body pulled from the River Trent yesterday morning (March 15) is believed to be that of missing 18 year-old, Tyler Gardner.
A moped rider killed after being hit by a lorry in Staffordshire was on his way to start a new job, his family revealed.
Benjamin Warrington, of Agincourt Road, Lichfield, 24, died in the accident on the A38 near his home.
The third day of the 3rd Battalion Mercian Regiment homecoming parades in Staffordshire saw the troops return to the place they were originally established in 1705.
The King’s Head in the city of Lichfield welcomed home the soldiers, over 300 years after it was first formed in the pub.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Hanley to welcome home soldiers who have been serving in Afghanistan.
The 3rd Battalion the Mercian Regiment (Staffords) have been abroad helping train the Afghan army, providing security in Helmand Province and supporting Afghan civilians in day to day life.
People are set to line the streets across Staffordshire to welcome home troops who have been serving in Afghanistan.
The 3rd Battalion the Mercian Regiment (Staffords) have been abroad helping train the Afghan army as well as providing security in Helmand Province and supporting Afghan civilians in day to day life.