We’ve had a look at Staffordshire’s most haunted places, just in time for Halloween!
An appeal to raise money to save a rare piece of Stoke-on-Trent pottery has today been given a boost.
The campaign to save The First Day’s Vase, created by master potter Josiah Wedgwood himself, will receive £500.
An exhibition which celebrates the artistic works of Stoke-on-Trent author Arnold Bennett has opened in Hanley.
The exhibition at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery called ‘Arnold Bennett: in life and art’ reveals artwork and personal items of the author which have never been on display before.
Gold found in Leek and thought to be the oldest ever unearthed in England, dating back more than 2,250 years, was ruled as treasure at an inquest today (Feb 28).
Four torcs – including three necklaces and a bracelet weighing more than 350 grams in gold – were found by metal detectorists Mark Hambleton and Joe Kania.
More than 1100 people braved the cold to watch the historical charity Game of Remembrance at The Pirelli Stadium between the British Army and the German Bundeswehr that saw Germany win 2-1.
Visitors to Stoke-on-Trent train station were have remembered the railway workers who lost their lives during World War One.
A ceremony was held in which two men from the North Staffordshire Railway Study Group read out the names of the fallen at two minute intervals.
This day 100 years ago marked the death of Leigh Richmond Roose – the man who changed the face of goalkeeping.
A tribute to canal pioneer engineer James Brindley took place at the Etruria Canals Festival.
Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Tristram Hunt was among those from Etruria Canals Festival Steering Group and Stoke-based arts organisation B Arts who called for events to mark the foundation of the waterways system.
Volunteers at a much-loved railway in Newcastle-under-Lyme are celebrating after they were given a £10,000 National Lottery grant.
Moseley Railway Trust, which runs Apedale Valley Light Railway in Apedale Country Park, Chesterton, plan to use the grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop a World War One exhibit.
Stoke City bosses sent representatives to the 70th anniversary of the Burnden Park disaster, which claimed 33 lives during a game between the Potters and Bolton Wanderers.
The ‘human crush’ happened during an FA Cup quarter final where 85,000 crammed in to the stadium.