There’s a great free classical music concert at Burslem School of Art on Friday 3rd…
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The Paralympic sport of Boccia is coming to Stoke-on-Trent.
Fenton Manor Sports Complex will host the 2013 DSE Open Boccia Championships on April 27 and 28.
Artists, craftspeople and food producers are needed for a great market as part of this…
Team GB hockey star Sally Walton met sporty students at the City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College to inspire them to go for gold.
More than 50 students were involved at the Fenton Manor Sports Complex event where Walton gave a workshop on successful team building.
Keele University delivered the first blow in Varsity 2013 with victory over Staffordshire University in the indoor cricket.
Staffordshire, this year’s hosts of the annual event, are bidding to win the cup for the first time since 2009.
Sixty coaches and club reps across Staffordshire gathered at St George’s Park in Burton to promote the emerging sport of Futsal.
The Staffordshire FA event aimed to highlight local Futsal opportunities, providing an alternative form of football to play.
EXCLUSIVE: Workers at Stoke-on-Trent City Council say they are so scared of being caught taking part in March on Stoke they plan to wear masks.
Many say they fear “severe repercussions” if they are identified during the protest.
A memorial event is taking place in memory of two school friends to raise money for the Breath of Life Charity.
Sam Baker, 18, of Handford, died in a car crash after driving home from his girlfriend’s house, while Aaron Hall, from Blurton, died after battling with cystic fibrosis.
Angry residents have formed a “March on Stoke” group in protest at the city council’s plans to move up the road to Hanley.
Stoke City Council’s £40 million proposal to relocate 1,300 staff and offices to the Central Business District in Hanley has sparked fury among many.
Stoke City star Ryan Shotton showed Premier League stars do more than just practise their diving skills when he appeared at an under 8 and 9s academy training session.
The defender, who came through Stoke’s Academy, believes footballers are unfairly tarnished after recent events involving high profile players.