Author Archive: Stephen Sharman
Second Year Journalism and Media student at Staffs University
Liverpool and Peterborough United fan
A Staffordshire University student cycled over 120 miles in five days to raise money for Sport Relief after being inspired by comedian John Bishop.
Alexander Moody, who studies Policing and Criminal investigation in Stoke-on-Trent, cycled around Staffordshire to raise money for the charity.
A team of ex-army soldiers are to make a celebrity guest appearance at a Stoke-on-Trent College event.
Race2Recovery will be appearing at the college next month as special guests on Disability Day.
A water polo player from Stafford is hoping to fulfil her dream of representing GB at London Olympics this year.
Claire Nixon, 19, is one of 19 players fighting for a place in the Olympic squad, which will see 13 selected for London.
A Stoke-on-Trent triathlete is focusing on the future after missing out on a place at the London Olympics because of illness.
Unlucky Jacqui Slack, 28, was hoping to pursue her Olympic dream but was halted by an infection picked up in training.
An Olympic hopeful has not given up on representing Team GB at this year’s games, despite his chances being slim.
Kian Emadi, 19, from Stoke-on-Trent, is gunning for a place in the Track Cycling event at London 2012.
A Staffordshire Paralympian is aiming to compete at his third games for Team GB in London this summer.
Mark Fosbrook, disability sport and physical activity officer for Staffordshire, has been training to become a part of the Great British wheelchair basketball team.
Youngsters dreaming of Paralympic success have a chance to be part of a new sporting programme this year thanks to a local Paralympic hopeful.
Mark Fosbrook, 36, disability sport and physical activity officer for Staffordshire, is training to be part of the British wheelchair basketball team for this years games.
Football veteran Steve Claridge is visiting non-league Nantwich Town as a guest speaker.
The BBC TV pundit will be coming to the South Cheshire club on April 12 to speak to fans about his illustrious career.
Plans have been given the go ahead for a new multi-million pound development of the Potteries Shopping Centre in Hanley.
Capital Shopping Centre (CSC) announced their £14 million plans to develop the centre were approved by Stoke-on-Trent City Council.
A student from Staffordshire University claimed first prize in a national film competition after entering it purely as a ‘punt’.
Tom Chimiak, 19, a second year Film Production student in Stoke-on-Trent, came first in his category at the film festival ‘Screen Stockport’.