Kelly Burnbred’s family set up Kelly’s legacy in her memory after she took her own life after struggling with mental health for many years.
We talked to Amy Capewell, a Librarian at Stoke City Central Library, about how they are encouraging those of all ages to pick up a book.
The Walsall quartet, Stone Broken, were in the heart of America when they got the…
An investigation led by the BBC has revealed that 1 in 36 Etruria and Hanley residents are asylum seekers.
Running from the 4th-10th February, the week hopes to make people who have been affected by Sexual Violence more comfortable in coming forward and seeking help from services across Stoke-on-Trent.
Shoppers in Hanley are concerned after being told that the lifts in the biggest shopping…
Kinky Boots. Well, what can you say about heels so high they touch the sky and leave me slightly jealous. The production of the West End smash hit came to Stoke last night and as adventurous as the play was, so were the heels. And just as stunning.
A small village in Northamptonshire is one of the last places you would think to find a factory producing high heels for men, and even a Reverend writing about it. But such is the unorthodox world of Earls Barton that you would have found both.
A police officer from Stoke-on-Trent is running a week-long project to provide housing and other support for rough sleepers in the city.
The campaign, which started yesterday, is providing support for people living on the streets running up to Christmas – their toughest time of the year.
Burslem Rotarians have been travelling around shopping hubs of Stoke-On-Trent, fundraising for charity and spreading a little Christmas joy to busy shoppers.
Santa and his musical sleigh have been parked outside the Potteries Centre and Mothercare in Festival Park, playing classic Christmas tunes and handing out sweets to children.