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Uttoxeter, England Newswire

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  1. Non-League: Leek Town sign Dave MacPherson and Wayne JohnsonRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | This Is Staffordshire

    Midfielder MacPherson, aged 36, and defender Johnson, aged 41, both played in Friday night's 2-1 victory over a youthful Port Vale XI at Hanley Town's ground. Johnson was originally signed from Congleton Town in February 2001, spending almost four years at the club before leaving for Kidsgrove Athletic.


  2. UttoxeterRead the original story

    Sunday | Sporting Life

    Standing Ovation 's runs this year have been at the Cheltenham Festival when a good sixth in the Kim Muir and when falling in the Topham at the Grand National meeting. He's talented at his best and still has plenty of time on his hands at the age of eight.


  3. Rent a Beast Summer Bug ClubsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Your Leek Paper

    Throughout the summer Rent a Beast will be hosting Summer Bug Clubs for little mini-beasts across the Staffordshire Moorlands. Cheadle-based Rent a Beast started off a simple idea two years ago to teach children how to look after animals correctly.


  4. Monster trucks heading to Donington Park as Burton's Mat Summerfield heads the packRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Burton Mail

    THE main protagonists in the British Truck Racing Championship are gearing up for the five races at Donington Park this weekend with local drivers all set to challenge at the front of the world-class pack. Truck racing is one of motorsport's most unique spectacles, with the largest and heaviest racing machinery to take to the track all season.


  5. Cycling: Seabridge sets new Mercia CC recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Burton Mail

    JASON Seabridge broke another Mercia CC club record when he clocked 20:29 in the Sherwood Cycling Club's 10 mile time trial on the Long Bennington-Gonerby course in Lincolnshire to finish in eighth place. The Mercia's Championship 25 mile time trial was held in conjunction with the South Pennine Road Club's 25 mile club event on the A50 between Etwall and Uttoxeter in good weather conditions.


  6. Dovefest 2015: Stunning line-up of musicians announced for festival next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    The Reggaelators will provide some relaxing rhythms at Dovefest this year as they headline the free festival's main stage to an expected crowd of thousands. A STUNNING line-up of musicians has been announced for this year's Dovefest - as the biggest music festival in the history of Uttoxeter returns for a third time.


  7. JCB wins order worth more than 11 million from Dutch firm Boels RentalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Your Leek Paper

    JCB is celebrating a major order from one of Europe's leading plant hire companies worth more than A 11 million. Netherlands-based Boels Rental has signed a deal for 250 JCB machines including telescopic handlers, wheeled loading shovels and wheeled excavators.


  8. Derbyshire County League cricket: Rolleston open up the gap with...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Burton Mail

    ROLLESTON 2nds beat title rivals Spondon 2nds by 33 runs to move 22 points clear in the race for the Viceroy Restaurant Division Four South crown. It was not vintage Rolleston batting after Spondon had won the toss and fielded but a Mark Chalkley half-century went some way to negate the threat posed by Dean Vickers and Kashif Hussain .


  9. Shane Meadows and Sat Bains pick up honorary NTU degreesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Twenty years after having to abandon a photography degree at Nottingham Trent University due to debt, Shane Meadows has finally donned his cap and gown after receiving an honorary NTU degree. The BAFTA award-winning director of 2006 film This Is England joined graduates for the first in a week of graduation ceremonies at the Royal Concert Hall yesterday.


  10. Uttoxeter school allowed Craig Lindsay who groomed girl to work as volunteerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | Daily Mail

    Four New York bridesmaids are killed and bride seriously injured at her vineyard bachelorette party after 'drunk driver' slammed through the side of their party limo and 'fled the scene' How I used fame and drugs to sleep with vulnerable women and hush money so my wife wouldn't find out: Bill Cosby details his pursuit of sex in never-before-seen deposition from 2005 New clue in murder of popular professor: Picture of suspect's car released by police on one year anniversary of his mysterious death Tragic remains of Jews used for Nazi experiments during the Second World War have been found stored in a Strasbourg lab 'I like people who weren't captured': Trump causes outrage in Iowa by saying John McCain isn't a war hero because he was a POW - and dodges questions about his own Vietnam draft deferments 'Boycott Mexico!': Donald Trump calls on Americans to avoid the 'corrupt' country ... (more)


  11. Ashbourne runner Chris Patterson wins JCB Lakeside FiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 17 | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    JCB's annual Lakeside Five and Fun Run saw its first new winner in nine years as almost 350 people took part in the popular race. And the event delivered a boost of almost A 3,500 for the NSPCC - with every penny to be spent helping children in Staffordshire.


  12. Bradfest draws in the crowds 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Uttoxeter Advertiser

    Bradfest 2015, the third incarnation of the popular Uttoxeter music event, proved to be a hit with the people of the town once again. A line-up boasting folk-rock legends Radio Mary, who recently played shows at the Midlands Grand National and Acoustic Festival of Britain, did not disappoint as fans partied long into the night.


  13. Residents share their views on proposed housing in Upper Tean, Lower Tean, Checkley and HollingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Your Leek Paper

    Checkley Parish Council held consultation events on the new Local Plan being prepared by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council on Thursday, July 9, and Monday, July 13. This is part of a wider consultation by the district council until September 14 to consider draft site allocations and development boundaries across the district. The Parish Council arranged two drop-in sessions for residents to view local maps showing a range of potential site options for new homes and businesses within the parish.


  14. Farm's amazing tribute to JCB's 70 years of growthRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 15 | FarmingUK

    The 10 acre maze at the National Forest Adventure Farm in Burton-on-Trent has been sprouting into life for the past few weeks from 700,000 maize seeds. A living celebration of JCB's 70th anniversary has been opened in Staffordshire - in the shape of a giant maize maze.


  15. Police support Stoke-on-Trent Pride and L FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Staffordshire Newsletter

    Stoke-on-Trent Pride is one of the biggest and most vibrant annual community festivals in the area to welcome not only the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community but everyone who wishes to celebrate equality. The event taking place at Northwood Park, Hanley on Saturday, July 18, celebrates diversity and culture in the city to promote acceptance and awareness of issues.


  16. Down Your Way Ipstones Historical Society meeting on 25th juneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 13 | Your Leek Paper

    The historical society met on 25th June in the Memorial Hall Extension for a talk given by Mrs J Booth entitled 'unusual law suits'. Before the meeting began we had some announcements regarding a excursion on 27th August to Beamhurst Museum near Uttoxeter, and for later in the year a change to the programme on 26th November when a Mr Dzeek will talk about Leek soldiers who fought on the Russian front in the First World War.


  17. Superfast Staffordshire hits half way 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 12 | Uttoxeter Advertiser

    A SCHEME to roll out superfast broadband in Staffordshire has reached its halfway mark, with more than 400km of cable installed and 50,000 homes able to connect. Uttoxeter and many of its surrounding villages have benefited from Superfast Staffordshire, a scheme run by the county council and BT.


  18. Golden Oldies founder Grenville Jones visits Uttoxeter 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | Uttoxeter Advertiser

    Grenville Jones, founder of the Golden Oldies charity, visited Uttoxeter Methodist Church Hall to take part in a 'sing and smile' session. Mr Jones has been recognised for his work to develop the charity after making it on to The Independent on Sunday's Happy List.


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    Thursday Jul 9 | Uttoxeter Advertiser

    OFFICIAL Opening of the New JCB Maize Maze at the National Adventure Farm in Tatenhill. Lord Anthony Bamford, chairman of JCB, with Tom Robinson of the National Adventure Farm.


  20. Fears raised that cuts to fire engines could leave Staffordshire Moorlands vulnerableRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 8 | Your Leek Paper

    Fears have been raised that Staffordshire Moorlands would be left vulnerable if the number of fire engines are slashed across the district after four serious incidents in one day. Last Tuesday crews were called to a collision involving two lorries on the A50 between Blythe Bridge and Uttoxeter at 4.45am.