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Religious faiths from across Staffordshire have come together to pray for Stoke City F.C. and Port Vale F.C. as they sink towards relegation.
Over 300 people flocked to the King’s Hall, Stoke-on-Trent, this morning to pray and give their support to both of the local football clubs.
Josh Groombridge, 25, a welder from Uttoxeter has started his preparation for his fight in April. The boxer is undefeated in his six professional fights and hopes to defend his unbeaten record when he fights at the Kings Hall, Stoke.
A ceremony celebrating the best in music from the region is set to take place later this month.
The Music Awards of Staffordshire and Cheshire will be held at the Kings Hall in Stoke on February 11, with 13 awards up for grabs.
Would-be stage stars from Stoke-on-Trent were put through their paces at the city’s Britain’s Got Talent auditions at Kings Hall.
It’s the first time the city has hosted auditions for the Saturday night reality TV show in its 10-year history.
The first ever Music Awards of Staffordshire and Cheshire are set to take place in Stoke.
Local talent will be awarded gongs as as part of the night, set up to give recognition and praise to grass-roots bands and artists.
Two Stoke-on-Trent boxers enjoyed a night of mixed fortunes in their title fights at Kings Hall in Stoke.
John Leonard and Lea Purcel were both competing for EBF regional belts at middleweight and light welterweight respectively.
Two Stoke-on-Trent boxers are preparing for title fights in front of 900 people at Kings Hall.
John Leonard and Lea Purcel will battle it out over four two-minute rounds in the European Boxing Federation (EBF) fight night for five belts which are up for grabs.
Two Stoke-on-Trent boxers drew in their professional debuts at a fight night.
Neither Kristian Hassall nor Ben Eland were declared winners of their bouts at the Kings Hall, Stoke, with Hassall’s being stopped in the first round and Eland’s going the distance.
Two Stoke-on-Trent amateur boxers are preparing to make their professional debuts in front of 900 people at Kings Hall.
Light heavyweight Kristian Hassall and welterweight Ben Eland are just two of the fighters on the card for the special boxing night on Saturday, October 24.