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  • Warning over phone charge fire dangers

    FIREFIGHTERS are warning Uttoxeter residents about the risks of using chargers which are incompatible with their mobile phones following a serious house fire in...

  • Milldale walk date has been announced

    A SUMMER stroll taking in the sights of Staffordshire and Derbyshire is set to be held by the Uttoxeter Walking Club.The 9.5 mile walk will start at Milldale...

  • Book quest to return to town library

    UTTOXETER Library is getting ready to introduce children to a world of legend and mythology that will keep them reading through the summer holidays.Mythical...

  • Farming report

    PRIME CATTLEA good average of 110p/kg. Clean cattle had too few forward to satisfy customer demands realising 171p/kg.Top 25%: OTM 143p/kg, £904. 10;...

  • War poet to remember fallen heroes

    POIGNANT works of poetry inspired by World War One will give a Staffordshire flavour to commemorations of the conflict.Staffordshire's poet laureate Tom Wyre...

  • By George - royal name tops baby list

    THE name George is continuing to court favour with Staffordshire parents since the birth of the prince.As the nation gears up to celebrate Prince George's first...

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    Top comedy set for Stoke stage

    A HOST of soap stars are set to take to the stage for an award-winning comedy.One Man, Two Guvnors, staring Shaun Williamson, Emma Barton and Jasmyn Banks, will...

  • More lives saved since 999 changes

    DOZENS of lives have been saved across the West Midlands through better treatment of patients who have suffered traumatic injuries, ambulance bosses said.New...

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    Sun shines on the fun at Imogen's party

    A FAMILY fun day to raise cash to send a little girl battling cancer on a dream trip to Disneyland has been a huge success.Imogen's Party, a family fun day and...

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    Floral offerings impress judges

    UTTOXETER has come under the eyes of the judges as it once again competes to be named among the most beautiful in the country.Judges from the Heart of England...

  • Top cop gets an honorary uni doctorate

    STAFFORDSHIRE Chief Constable Mike Cunningham has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Staffordshire University this week in recognition of his contribution...

  • Moorlands villages enjoy good employment

    AS UTTOXETER'S unemployment figures plummet, the trend is being mirrored in villages just north of the town.Hundreds more people are finding work across North...

  • Farmers being asked to help rural survey

    FARMERS and landowners are being invited to take part in a survey on rural diversification.Staffordshire County Council wants to know what help, if any, can be...

  • Village show is set be back with a bang

    A VILLAGE show is set to be bigger and better than ever.Denstone Show will be held from 2pm to 5.30pm on Saturday, August 30 with a vintage car show at...

  • Staffordshire Hoard project gathers pace

    HERITAGE chiefs are set to move on to the next phase of analysis of the Staffordshire Hoard.Last week marked five years since the Anglo-Saxon treasure was...

  • Golden oldies gives elderly singing event

    A CHARITY for older people is holding a 'sing and smile' session in Uttoxeter.The Golden-Oldies charity, will hold the event on Tuesday, July 29, between 11am...

  • Ambulance boss gets £50k pay increase

    THE chief executive of the ambulance service covering Uttoxeter has taken a £50,000 pay rise.Anthony Marsh, head of West Midlands Ambulance Service, has...

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    The C1 tops the reliability tables

    The first generation Citroën C1 has been named the most reliable car up to three years old in the Which? Car Guide 2014/15.The guide is the UK's biggest...