Heartwarming and heartbreaking, Two at the New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme will make you want to head straight to your local.
Nestled unassumingly amongst Stoke-on-Trent’s council building sites is a little pub called The Glebe. This flagship Joule’s pub, dates back to the 1830’s and boasts a TripAdvisor rating of 4½ stars.
Stoke City fans have been charged in connection with a fight in The Locomotive pub on Station Street in Burton-upon-Trent.
Five men will appear before Cannock Magistrates Court on Wednesday (February 8) charged with violent disorder.
People are fighting plans to demolish a 170-year-old Alsager pub to make way for housing.
The Alsager Arms, formerly the Railway Hotel, has been empty for over a year but now faces demolition following a planning application to turn it into 18 apartments.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s sub-licensing committee agreed to allow the White Lion pub in Penkhull to extend its opening hours.
Dozens of residents have criticised plans to extend hours at the White Lion pub in Penkhull.
The pub reopened in January and has applied to Stoke-on-Trent City Council to increase its opening hours.
A Longton residdent has called for a pub’s licence to be reviewed after complaining about noise and anti-social behaviour
Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s Licensing Committee is set to decide on the licence for the Crescent Pub on Battison Crescent, Longton.
Angry residents in a Staffordshire Moorlands village are fighting plans to demolish a pub they say is an asset to the local community.
The Hollybush Inn, in Brown Edge, near Norton, is the subject of the second planning row after plans to demolish it and replace it with six houses were rejected in October 2014.
Police have released CCTV images of men they want in connection with a pub brawl in Burslem.
These are the men caught on camera after an incident of violent disorder outside Ye Olde Crown Inn on Westport Road.
Despite concerns raised by residents about noise Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council has approved longer opening hours for the Cricketers Arms pub in May Bank.
The landlord, Stephen Dawe, faced opposition in a council meeting from householders, after applying to change the pubs licence to stay open for an extra 30 minutes to allow for drinking up time for its customers.