Redfern’s cottage, Museum of Uttoxeter Life has been undergoing a complete refurbishment funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Earlier this week, Staffordshire University held a Holocaust Memorial Day, the theme being ‘Torn From Home’, in order to remember the millions that lost their lives in one of the world’s most famous genocides, despite the disbelievers.
Today is National Freedom Day, a day celebrated by Americans for over 70 years. While…
A stunning steel silhouette representing a local legend’s journey towards pacifism and the women’s suffragette movement has been unveiled at an award-winning Brampton Park.
With Armistice Day taking place this Sunday, the National Memorial Arboretum has been welcoming servicemen…
The National Memorial Arboretum has opened its doors again as the Royal British Legion marks the centenary of the end of the First World War in 1918.
As the nation prepares for Armistice Day on Sunday, the national monument has unveiled a Field of Remembrance which will cover the grounds with more than 18,000 tributes from both the public and servicemen and women.
The days are short, the nights long which means Fall is here. Which means the clock are going back. But when and why does this happen?
The father of the modern circus – Philip Astley’s life and legacy is celebrated at the Brampton Museum, Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Celebrations across the county took place today in honour of Staffordshire Day!
Every year on the 1st of May, Staffordshire comes alive with a variety of events to celebrate everything that is great about the county – and this year was no different.
Across the nation people may be experiencing ‘Paraskevidekatriaphobia’, the fear of Friday the 13th. It’s a day in which people will be trying their very best to avoid black cats and walking under ladders. But, where does the famous unlucky ‘Friday the 13th’ originate from?