We’re now in the thick of the festive December month and most of us are already munching into our advent calendars for the Christmas countdown.
Following Hanley’s lights switch on last night (15th November), Leek is the next place to follow suit. This year the event will be better than ever.
With Christmas around the corner, everyone is out for a good old bargain. With this in mind, here are 9 affordable items that’ll keep you toasty this winter.
Winter wonderland 2017 has touched down in Stoke-On-Trent for the second year running, the Christmas lights launch took place yesterday (16 November) in Hanley.
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Burslem’s festivities were kicked off with a bang as Father Christmas came to light up the town.
The children of St Nathaniel’s Primary School sang Christmas carols as the crowd proudly watched.
Youngster across Staffordshire will be breaking up soon for the Christmas holidays.
StaffsLive has put together a list of some of the great festive events around the county to keep your children entertained throughout the season.
More than 8,000 people turned up to the Trentham Gardens Christmas lights switch-on to kickstart the festive season.
People across Staffordshire joined Santa and Mrs Claus in the countdown to Christmas.
Beacon Park’s Museum Gardens will welcome Santa for an afternoon of Christmas themed celebrations.
Lichfield District Council is inviting everyone to attend, on Saturday, 7 December.
Birches Valley in Cannock once sold 14,000 Christmas trees per year, but in the last two years this figure has fallen to around 10,000.
Andy Coggins, the recreational manager of Cannock Chase Forestry Commission stressed the importance of having a real tree – and admitted the economic climate had pushed people towards an artificial alternative.