A high-end landscape gardening company which looks after clients in Staffordshire and Cheshire has scooped a top award.
JHPS Gardens based in Stoke-on-Trent, won “Best Luxury Landscaping Business” in the BUILD 2018 Landscaping and Gardening Awards, after one of their customers anonymously nominated them.
As veganism becomes an increasingly popular choice of diet in Staffordshire, reporter Isabelle Butler finds out why.
And StaffsLive sent one of our own self-confessed meat eaters to try it out – with hilarious results!
Boxer Nathan Gorman said he is looking at “bringing a few titles back” to Stoke-on-Trent when he boxes at Fenton Manor Sports Complex next month.
The undefeated heavyweight will face Gogita Gorgiladze on February 18 at the same venue where he defeated David Howe in October to win the Central Area heavyweight title.
Stoke City defender Philipp Wollscheid has said he would love another call-up to the German national team.
Wollscheid, 27, has two caps from 2013 but has been overlooked since then by manager Joachim Löw.
LoveClay ceramic centre has launched its 2018 calendar of ceramic installations in Stoke-on-Trent.
Based at Valentine Clay new headquarters in Fenton, it has launched its first exhibition of the year with a private viewing event of ceramic artist Rob Parr’s new exhibition: A Stage of Clay.
Irish folk brothers Alfie and Harry Hudson Taylor performed an acoustic one off gig at Keele University.
The Dublin duo were called back to the university as part of the Coffee House Tour competition, which involved students voting for the pop/folk pair they most want back to perform.
Families gathered at Gladstone Pottery Museum for the half-term Pottery Painting event.
Admissions started from £1 for all ages to have a go at painting a piece of traditional pottery at the famous factory.