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A day of discussions and debate on environmental issues took centre stage among leaders of the ceramics industry in Staffordshire.

Ceramics 2011 brought manufacturers, suppliers and buyers together to explore vital issues affecting the future of the industry.

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MLC have blessed the Stafford music scene for more than a decade performing covers of well known bands which bring in an audience from across Staffordshire.

Gig organiser Eric Furze, owner of Stafford’s music shop Guitar & Son once dubbed MLC the “biggest contender in Stafford’s band scene” after Vinyl Sleeves who parted ways last year.

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Stone band the Lost Scenes are embarking on an epic cycle and gig-athon for Children in Need as they attempt to cycle from London to Manchester in six days, playing more than 30 times along the way.

The indie four-piece, who have been together for three years, are currently working their way through Oxfordshire and spoke to StaffsLive before they headed south to begin their adventure.

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Nantwich Town will be looking to add their name to a long list of FA Cup giant-killers when they travel to the MK Dons.

It is the Dabbers’ first ever appearance in the First Round of the competition after 89 attempts to get through the qualifying rounds.

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Staffordshire’s latest radio station is broadcasting live on FM airways for the first time.

Stafford FM has been streaming online since September 5, but has been granted a restricted service license (RSL) by media watchdog Ofcom to begin broadcasting on 87.7 FM for 28 days.

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Hundreds of people visited the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas to pay their respects to those that lost their lives while serving their country.

More than 500 people were packed in for an emotional morning service, which included a two minute silence, before the Arboretum opened for the public in the afternoon.

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