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Roger Stone · Wolverhampton
Children's characters The Gadgeteers help with Summer Reading Challenge
The Gadgeteers Summer Reading Challenge is being run in partnership with the Science Museum Group. The challenge, aimed at children aged between four and 11, runs from this Saturday until September 10. Children are challenged to read six library books and collect incentives along the way. There will also be numerous free events in Bradford’s libraries, including ZooLab workshops featuring live small animals.See the Story
Stone pensioners could get a little extra help with shopping bills this winter > A Little Bit of Stone
Staffordshire County Council is contacting eligible Stone households, those with pensioners who qualify for a council tax reduction, to offer a supermarket voucher for £125 to spend this winter.See the Story
Overnight closure of the A34 for the new Pets at Home warehouse development > A Little Bit of Stone
The main route between Stone and Stafford will once again close overnight, on Wednesday the 5th of October, while work on a major industrial development continues.See the Story
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Free support availble for Stone residents looking to quit smoking > A Little Bit of Stone
The national quit smoking campaign Stoptober is days away from starting, and Stone residents are being offered support in their attempts to quit.See the Story
Stone residents told to beware as scammers exploit cost of living pressures > A Little Bit of Stone
Stone residents are being asked to be 'scam aware' as concerns grow over the increasing number of scams relating to rising energy costs.See the Story
Roger Stone · Staffordshire
Check out details of this annual ploughing and hedgelaying match > A Little Bit of Stone
The Stone district of the Staffordshire and Birmingham Agricultural Society is hosting a ploughing and hedge laying match this Sunday, and everyone's welcome.See the Story
Walton Priory Middle School wins big - AGAIN! > A Little Bit of Stone
Stone's Walton Priory Middle School has once again been smashing it in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths competitions.See the Story
Craft Market returns this Saturday to Stone High Street - here's who will be there > A Little Bit of Stone
The regular Stone Craft and Collectables Market is back on the High Street this weekend, and we have details of the stall holders and how you can get your own stall.See the Story
Roger Stone · Stoke
Stone organisations encouraged to apply for B2022 Small Grants and Together Fund > A Little Bit of Stone
Stone organisations can tap into grants worth up to £5,000 from the B2022 Small Grants Fund and the Together Fund, both being administered by Together Active Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent.See the Story
Alleyne's Academy launch Work Experience Hub to engage local employers > A Little Bit of Stone
Alleyne's Academy in Stone has today launched a "Work Experience Hub" in order to engage with Stone, Stafford and Stoke-on-Trent businesses for work experience opportunities.See the Story