Staffordshire University’s Luke Graham is off to Kazan, Russia, to represent Great Britain in the World University Games next month.
Part 1 of Luke Graham’s Blog from the World University Games – it’s been all action at the Chester ‘boot’ camp.
Louis Birchall, 19, has been crowned the amateur golf champion of Staffordshire after a record…
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.
A student from Stoke-on-Trent is to tackle a six-day trek across Peru in aid of Practical Aid Charity.
Natalie James, 21, from Shelton is in training for the challenge which will raise money for people who live in poverty.
It’s the time of year when apprentice footballers are released by clubs.
League Football Education, alongside the PFA and Football League Trust, stage assessment trials offering the youngsters a chance to catch the eye of another club and continue their career.
Fresh Hair Wigs and Beauty Salon has just been awarded £10,000 from Glamour magazine in conjunction with Avon to help the team to keep the project running and help more women.
Hundreds of women have been helped to feel beautiful again after the loss of their hair by the Salon team in the University Hospital of North Staffordshire.
A Staffordshire University student will be hosting a new music event in Burslem with his website Stoke of Genius.
Maanik Chadda’s gig will see bands including Jesse’s Divide, Daniel John Marsden, Helena Raby and headline act Sherry Counsellors play on May 10 at the Wedgewood Street BAD EDIT Venue.
A garden which documents Stoke-on-Trent’s transformation from its industrial roots, is being tipped for gold at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Students, business leaders and council staff have teamed up for the project which aims to showcase talent and attract investment.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council has saved the troubled Stanley Head Outdoor Education Centre.
The centre, which works with both disabled and disengaged children, has been struggling financially after the council ploughed £1.2 million in to its future.