A Staffordshire University student will be hosting a new music event in Burslem with his website Stoke of Genius.
Maanik Chadda’s gig will see bands including Jesse’s Divide, Daniel John Marsden, Helena Raby and headline act Sherry Counsellors play on May 10 at the Wedgewood Street BAD EDIT Venue.
The dangers of malaria were on the agenda at an event in Stoke-on-Trent.
The Mosquitos on the Rampage seminar took place at Staffordshire University’s Centre of Science yesterday (April 25).
A Staffordshire University graduate has completed the London Marathon dressed as a panda.
Chris Devine, 26, ran to raise money for the Leukaemia CARE.
A Staffordshire student is to meet Lord Sugar after taking part in a national scheme.
Matthew Brighton, a Graphic Design student at Staffordshire University in Stoke-on-Trent, has been taking part in the National Enterprise Challenge.
Members of Staffordshire University women’s hockey team dived out of a plane thousands of feet up to raise money for the Dystonia Society.
And the girls, who jumped for the cause in Langar, Nottingham, are on cloud nine after raising more than £200.
Staff at Sir Stanley Matthews Sports Centre are thrilled after a Comic Relief stunt helped raise more than £300.
The centre on Leek Road, Stoke, held a 24-hour bike ride in the reception area, with 30 people taking part and staff filling in any empty slots.
Stoke City striker Peter Crouch believes the launch of a new biography about former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola was a huge success.
Guillem Balague’s book was unveiled at the Britannia Stadium in an event attended by the England striker and his Potters team-mate Asmir Begovic.
World famous microsculptor Willard Wigan MBE is set to unveil the world’s most exclusive watch at Staffordshire University.
The watch is by Swiss watchmakers Greubel-Forsey and features a sculpture by Wigan, that is normally visible only under microscope, magnified by a set of special lenses.
Students at Staffordshire University have been busy bagging a vintage bargain.
Nanas Vintage Fair paid a visit to the Leek Road Venue yesterday (March 7).
Keele University students are re-launching a fund-raising parade in Newcastle-under-Lyme – 60 years after it was first run.
The Raise Money And Give (RAG) parade, first organised in 1956, is being staged to raise money for charities.