For Dementia Action week 2019, starting on May 20th local residents are being encouraged to participate in a number of events and projects.
Burslem Rotarians have been travelling around shopping hubs of Stoke-On-Trent, fundraising for charity and spreading a little Christmas joy to busy shoppers.
Santa and his musical sleigh have been parked outside the Potteries Centre and Mothercare in Festival Park, playing classic Christmas tunes and handing out sweets to children.
The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice is set to launch its second Tower to Tower 2018 fundraiser, in a bid to beat its £300,000 target to provide nursing care for ill children.
The father of a former student of The Co-Operative Academy has spoken movingly today about his son’s death.
Usman Mohammed died 25 January 2018, aged 19, following a battle with kidney failure and bowel cancer.
Endon High School is hosting a row-a-thon to raise money for three different charities.
Hundreds of students and staff are set to take part in the sponsored event on April 6 at the school, on Leek Road, Endon.
Children, parents and staff from the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice came together today to unveil a new playground.
A supermarket boss was pelted with eggs and squirted with water to raise cash for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day.
Stoke Sainsbury’s manager Pete Jones had a stint in the stocks at the Etruria Road store.
Church members in Fenton have raised almost £20,000 to save their local church. The 123 year old church needed £40,000 of repairs in order to keep it open after the collapse of it’s roof.
Three Staffordshire men are to take part in different sporting events with a twist in a bid to raise money for different charities.
With a pogo, a space hopper and a wedding dress, the three men are putting the fun into fundraising.
A community centre which was days from closure has been thrown a lifeline after people rallied round to save it.
Old Blurton Community Centre faced being shut down after it struggled to find the £300-a-week to keep it going.