Iconic pottery giant Wedgwood reveals just under a third of its Barlaston-based workforce are set to face the axe.
Stoke Potters rider Max Clegg will compete in the British U21 speedway final tonight (May 1).
Clegg was signed at the beginning of the season by the Potters after Luke Chessell’s injury.
Registration for the annual Potters ‘Arf Marathon is now open.
Runners gathered at Victoria Hall in Hanley to sign up for the event that takes place in June.
Stoke claimed a 54-33 victory over the Isle of Wight in the Travel Plus National League at Loomer Road on Saturday night.
Riders Ben Wilson and Tony Atkin lead the way, recording 15-point maximums, and they were supported by Paul Burnett who finished on 9+2.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says he’s looking forward to a test in his team’s home game against Southampton.
The Welshman also said mid table Premier League teams like his and Ronald Koeman’s are more able to challenge at the top end of the table than ever before.
Stoke City have the cheapest season ticket prices of the 20 Premier League football clubs.
The most expensive ticket to see the Potters is £609 – compared to Arsenal who top the table with £2013 at their most exclusive ticket.
Most Premier League teams can boast fans across the world – but surely few are as devoted as Stoke City fanatic Bryson Michael Mugote?
The 18-year-old Ugandan has set up his own football team, Stoke Infants FC, to showcase his support for the Potters.
Stoke City Manager Mark Hughes announced that goalkeeper Jack Butland will retain his spot in the starting 11 tomorrow against Tottenham Hotspur.
Butland, 22, impressed his manager last weekend away at Swansea despite the Potters losing the game 2-0.
Birmingham Brummies beat Stoke Potters last night in their opening fixture of the National League.
The Potters were defeated 51-39 at Perry Barr.
The chairman of the Football Supporters’ Federation believes there should be an investigation into the disorder at Stoke City’s away game against Blackburn Rovers.
Five Stoke City fans were arrested for various offences and others ejected from the ground during their 4-1 FA Cup defeat at Ewood Park.