Thanks to Burslem photographer Andrew Price for these brilliant photos from Prince Charles’s visit to the town on Thursday.
Prince Charles’s visit to Burslem this week saw people in the town sharing lots of photographs and videos on social networking site Twitter.
Here’s a selection from a wonderful day in the Mother Town.
Prince Charles will be in Burslem and Middleport this week (16th May) and one of his destinations will be Swan Bank church, where members have been busy preparing for their special visitor.
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.
Burton Albion manager, Gary Rowett believes the Brewers will come back stronger next season for the experience of having reached the semi-final play-offs.
The opportunity to reach the Wembley final was within touching distance, but they were beaten 3-1 in the second leg of their play-off semi-final against Bradford City yesterday.
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.
Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis hailed the swearing in of 14 new officers as a landmark occasion for the county.
It is the first time in three years that Staffordshire Police have recruited.