Staffordshire Day is celebrated on the 1st May, and was launched in 2015 by South Staffordshire MP, Gavin Williamson to promote the county of Staffordshire.
Author Beth Parker
A man has pledged his support to the Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s ‘Get Out Stay Out’ campaign, after he and his family escaped a severe fire.
The man, who has been named as ‘Paul’ to protect his identity, escaped the fire with his wife and six children, at his home in Rolleston-on-Dove, on February 12.
Staffordshire Police have announced a range of activities to raise awareness of rogue traders that have been targeting the area.
Rogue traders, often referred to as ‘cowboys’, pose as builders, maintenance workers, gardeners and cold call residents, offering their services.
Local legal firm, Freeths, celebrated International Women’s Day on Thursday 8th March by bringing together the Stoke-on-Trent business community with a talk by ex-career banker turned entrepreneur and the newest member of the Dragon’s Den gang, Jenny Campbell.
This week has been all about celebrating women and the progress that has been made for gender equality. However, most people have been celebrating celebrities, but what about looking a bit closer to home?
LoveClay ceramic centre has launched its 2018 calendar of ceramic installations in Stoke-on-Trent.
Based at Valentine Clay new headquarters in Fenton, it has launched its first exhibition of the year with a private viewing event of ceramic artist Rob Parr’s new exhibition: A Stage of Clay.
Beth Parker checks out, Black Panther, one of the most highly anticipated films of 2018.
You may have seen #Vote100 floating about on social media over the past few weeks, but what is it all about?
2018 marks 100 years since Parliament passed a law allowing the first women, and all men to vote for the first time. #Vote100 is the hashtag being used to celebrate this milestone.
StaffsLive has compiled a list of the best gifts available for Valentine’s day – without breaking the budget!