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A school in Endon raised more than £6,000 after it hosted a row-a-thon to raise money for three separate charities.
Endon High School organised the event to raise funds for Kidsgrove-based dog rescue Greyhound Gap, a school in Nepal and an orphanage in Kenya.
A woman died after a complication from a 10-hour open heart surgery procedure, an inquest heard.
Susan Griffiths, 64, of Eaton Street, Hanley, died at Royal Stoke University Hospital on June 30 last year.
Endon High School is hosting a row-a-thon to raise money for three different charities.
Hundreds of students and staff are set to take part in the sponsored event on April 6 at the school, on Leek Road, Endon.
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A Stoke-on-Trent trader revealed how she is rebuilding her business after a fire devastated her shop – just months after the death of her daughter.
Cynthia Bruce, owner of Aisle of Brides on Church Street, Stoke, has worked around the clock with staff to re-open the store after a blaze ripped through the business a week ago.