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Wristbands are in stock

SPECIAL wristbands produced in memory of a beloved Uttoxeter woman who died last year are back in stock in our offices.

The pink wristbands in memory of Lisa Oldham were designed as part of her family’s ongoing fund-raising efforts as family members and friends aim to tackle the three highest peaks in Britain in June.

The wristbands have proved incredibly popular and are now back in stock in our Uttoxeter office in The Maltings.

Acts are still needed for 2013’s Denstone Factor

A POPULAR village talent show is making a welcome return next month.

Denstone’s answer to the X Factor returns to The JCB Lakeside Club, in Rocester, on Saturday, February 23.

The format will remain the same – a showcase for amateur performers to share their talents, with a panel of ‘expert’ judges to pass comments on the proceedings.

This year proceeds will go to Rakemark Respite - a East Staffordshire charity working with families of special needs children.

Trophies are awarded to the winners but the real appeal of this event is that it is not competitive and focuses on providing a venue for performers to showcase their talents.

Anyone interested in taking part are asked to phone 07807 547815 to request an application form. All aspects of performing arts are welcomed.

Case adjourned for man accused of assaulting PC

A 19-YEAR-OLD accused of assaulting a police officer in Uttoxeter has had his case adjourned.

Jake Welch was due to appear before Burton Magistrates’ Court on Monday to face charges of assaulting PC Stuart Moon on December 30.

He is also charged with resisting arrest by PC Moon and PC Fiona Davis in the town on the same date.

Welch faces a further charge of committing the alleged offences while subject to an 18 month conditional discharge for shoplifting on August 29 last year.

The discharge was imposed by North Staffordshire Magistrates’ Court on September 17.

His case was adjourned after magistrates’ decided they needed more information to deal with the matter.

The defendant, of Grosvenor Avenue, Stoke, will reappear at the Horninglow Street courthouse on February 6.

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