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.
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.
A politics professor from Staffordshire believes the nation is in a “constitutional crisis” following Theresa May’s decision to postpone today’s Brexit vote in Parliament.
The Prime Minister justified the postponement on the grounds “there is widespread and deep concern” over the Irish border backstop in the Brexit negotiations.
Hundreds of children from schools in the Staffordshire area participated in a competition to create a poster to urge people to stop littering.
Big-hearted students at The Cooperative Academy of Stoke-on-Trent hosted a Christmas lunch for more than 100 guests in a bid to tackle loneliness among the elderly at Christmas time.
According to Age UK, more than two million people in England over the age of 75 live alone, many experiencing extreme isolation and chronic loneliness.
Stoke-on-Trent MP Ruth Smeeth helped launch the Future Journalist Competition at Staffordshire University today (December 3).
The Future Journalist Awards 2019 were opened to schools and colleges across the Potteries to encourage the next generation of journalists in and around Staffordshire.
Stressed Staffordshire University students flocked to the university library to – swap their books for cuddles with guide dogs!
Dog De-Stress Day is a ‘pawesome’ event held twice a year on the Stoke-on-Trent campus to help students relax.
Now that the clocks have officially turned back, Staffordshire Police are reminding residents to take extra steps to keep burglars at bay.
The NSPCC have relaunched a campaign to get parents and children talking about how to stay safe from sexual abuse.
Commuting students received a blow this week after Staffordshire University announced that the Brindley car park at their Leek Road campus would be closed from Friday October 12.
The announcement follows a series of complaints from students after an event last week led to some car parks being cordoned off, while others operated a one-in, one-out policy.