The British Ceramics Biennial, a six-week celebration of creativity in Stoke-on-Trent, gets under way on Saturday 28th September – and this year there’s a special weekend of events in the Mother Town in October
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Campaigners fighting to save a unique war memorial to 498 men who died in the First World War have appealed for help in their battle to buy the building where it is based
Community events in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire will no longer be hit by policing charges.
Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis has vowed to ditch the charges to encourage more events to be held across the county.
Scores of climbers will be scaling the height of Mount Everest in one day in Burslem on Saturday 22nd June to raise funds for cancer charities. The climbers will be climb 8,848m at Kilnworx to support Climbers Against Cancer and to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.
People over 50 who are looking to set up their own business can get lots of advice and top tips from one of the Prince of Wales’s charities at an event in Burslem on 26th June.
There are free fun activities from plate painting to drama at the Swan Bank Coffee…
There will be a ‘Burslem Weekend’ as part of this autumn’s British Ceramics Biennial (BCB), a six-week festival celebrating the very best of Stoke-on-Trent ceramics and creativity.
Staffordshire University’s Fringe Festival got under way this week, with a packed programme of free events from 20th May to 15th June.
There will be film screenings, live music, art exhibitions, pop-up museums, markets and more.
Middleport Pottery have set themselves a bit of a challenge and they need your help!
Staff want the local community to make 2,000 mini bottle ovens in time for the site’s launch exhibition in 2014.
A national women’s cycle event will make a return to Stoke-on-Trent next month.
The city plays host to the opening round of the 2013 Johnson Health Tech Grandprix Series.