Festival of Fizz is holding its first ever event in Stoke-on-Trent at the Jubilee Hall this month, and it’s the perfect opportunity for fizz lovers to be able to try out the very best Prosecco, Champagne and fizz-based cocktails.
Author Alice Chamberlain
Getting over your January blues and embracing the New Year is never quite as simple as we would like it to be.
Many of us would love to help dogs and cats living at local shelters this winter, but let’s face it – everyone is very busy at this time of year. There often aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish our own tasks, let alone volunteer, and money can also tight around Christmas time.
Last year the Donna Louise cared for 242 families, delivering 1524 nights of respite care and 1077 hours of support for families in their homes or in hospital.
As Christmas is fast approaching, the time has come to begin thinking about what to buy for your loved ones.
This year, the event will fall on Friday, November 24.
Theresa May has named March 29th, 2019 as the date that the UK is going to depart from the European Union.
Since 2016, more than half a million of taxpayers’ money has been spent on clearing up fly-tipping in Stoke-on-Trent.
Comments by former Staffordshire University student and Labour MP Jared O’Mara have been slammed as “totally unacceptable” by a rival MP in Stoke-on-Trent.
O’Mara has resigned from the Women and Equalities Select Committee after a number of sexist and homophobic comments he made in the past have been revealed.
Notable people associated with the city from the world of sport, music, literature and ceramics are set to be honoured with a new piece of public art in Tontine Square, Hanley.