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Longton’s Enson Pottery Works have been re-opened after a £12.3 million refurbishment.

The Grade II listed factory, on Normacot Road, has been transformed into a Centre of Refurbishment Excellence, branded as CoRE.

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Three Newcastle-under-Lyme College students were given the chance of a lifetime on a photoshoot with Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidić.

Joshua Platt, Toni Langdridge and Bethany Morris used the five times Premier League winner in their entry in the “Young Creative Chevrolet” photography contest.

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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.

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A national Taekwondo champion from Stoke-on-Trent is kick-starting her bid for more glory this year.

Claire Sollaku became Stoke United Taekwondo Association’s first ever woman champion when she scooped a gold in the British Taekwondo Championships.

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The family of a Cannock scout leader who died in a crash have described him as a “kind and caring” man.

John Taylor, 43, of Dartmouth Road, died when he was hit by a lorry on Watling Street at around 4.30am on March 2.

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The Britannia Stadium hosted Spanish football writer Guillem Balague at the launch of his biography on Pep Guardiola.

Stoke City’s Peter Crouch and Asmir Begovic joined the Spaniard to discuss Guardiola and how he turned Barcelona into one of the best teams in history.

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Staffordshire-based record label Assorted Records is to stage an acoustic night in a coffee shop to showcase new and emerging talent.

The event at the Number 15 coffee shop in Stafford will feature performers such as Emily Heath, Laura Poppitt, Jason Callear, Jim Yalom and Tammy Davis.

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