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Cafe and building society burgled

The Arcadia cafe and Yorkshire Building Society branch were both burgled just before Christmas and Staffordshire Police have appealed for informati...

Election 2012: Candidate Focus: Town Centre: Michael Lavalette

Below is the latest post in our series of Q&As with election candidates standing to be councillors in Preston. The election takes place on Thur...

Planning application submitted for new pub in Caerphilly town

Caerphilly town centre could yet have another pub, after the owner of the former Woolworths building in Pentrebane Street submitted a planning appl...

Buses to begin running again through Caerphilly town

Buses will begin running from Caerphilly bus station again after phase two of controversial roadworks were finished. Cardiff Road will remain close...

Public meeting called to discuss Caerphilly town roadworks

A public meeting is to be held on Friday October 28 to discuss the ongoing roadworks in Caerphilly town centre. The meeting has been called by Labo...

“Caerphilly town centre is open”, says councillor Ron Davies

“Caerphilly town centre is open for business” is the message from a leading councillor after traders warned that gas roadworks were thr...

Compensation details for Caerphilly town traders

Details of how Caerphilly town centre traders can apply for compensation for loss of business during the ongoing roadworks have been published. Las...

Caerphilly’s Labour politicians put pressure on over gas roadworks

Caerphilly’s Labour politicians have called for urgent action over the disruption caused by gas main works in the town centre. AM Jeff Cuthbe...

Caerphilly town traders urged to apply for compensation over lost business

Caerphilly town traders have been urged by local councillors to seek compensation after a slump in business caused by major gas roadworks. Plaid Cy...

Gas roadworks in Caerphilly town centre could put shops out of business

Major gas roadworks in Caerphilly town centre are choking trade and threatening people’s livelihoods, according to local business. Traders ar...

Caerphilly Council urges Welsh Government to help town centres

The Welsh Government should help town centres and reduce the commercial advantages of out-of-town retail parks by offering lower business rates, ac...

New Caerphilly Police Station opens Monday

Caerphilly town’s new police station is to open its doors from Monday. The Caerphilly Neighbourhood Policing Team will move into the new addr...

Major gas roadworks to cause disruption through Caerphilly town centre

Motorists are being advised to avoid Caerphilly town centre while major gas works take place. For two weeks from October 10, the traffic light junc...

Digital boost for Hylands

The digital switchover that started today has certainly provided a boost for Hylands electrical store. The High Street shop has seen a flood of enq...

High Street pet shop closes its doors

There’s confusion over the future of Stone’s High Street pet shop after Sean’s Pet Emporium closed its doors. The store – w...

New development in Stone – where should it go?

Where should new housing and other development be located in Stone Town over the next 20 years? Stafford Borough Council thinks it has the answer &...

Nantwich recycling roadshow to highlight new bin scheme

A roadshow is to arrive in Nantwich next month to inform residents about changes to recycling and waste collection in the area. Cheshire East C...

Toilets locked at the Crown Hotel

The Crown Hotel has put a keypad lock on its toilets, with customers now having to show their receipt at the bar or reception to get the day’...

Young Enterprise Trade Fair in Market Square

Local schools who have entered teams in the 2010/11 Stafford and Stone Young Enterprise programme are holding a trade fair in Market Square on Satu...

The show must (and did) go on!

Traders at Stone farmers’ market made sure that rain (and wind) did not stop play today after the weather conditions meant none of the red-an...

Businesses urged to say it with flowers

Retailers and businesses in  Stone can help add colour to the town by taking up an offer from the borough council. Stafford Borough Council is off...

In pictures: Big Christmas Carol Walk

The Big Christmas Carol Walk in Stone was a huge success on Christmas Eve! Starting at 9.30am at the Shelter charity shop in Lichfield Street, caro...

Royal wedding High Street party?

Stone mayor Rob Kenney has called on the town council  to hold a street party in the High Street on Friday 29th April when Prince William marries ...

Peter marks 40 years of Buy ‘n’ Save

Stone shopkeeper Peter Rushton has marked the 40th anniversary of his Buy ‘n’ Save store on the High Street. The shop started out as a ...

Stone centenarian to open Advent Window

Birchill and Watson chemist on the High Street have invited their oldest customer, 101-year-old education award-winner Lilian Ward, to open their A...

Window with a twist at Yarn Gathering!

Children from Christ Church First School will be guests of honour at the grand opening of window number 10 of this year’s Stone Advent Window...

First Advent Window is opened (with video)

The first Advent Window was opened in Stone today at Tim Toft Violins in Station Road – with the event going out live on Radio Stoke. Mayor R...

Festive carol finale needs singers and musicians

The organisers of Stone’s Advent Window project are looking for singers and musicians to make the Christmas Eve carol finale a huge success. ...

Alert to shoppers over cashpoint crime

A small electronic device used by criminals to gain account information and Pin numbers was found on a NatWest cash machine in the High Street last...

Longton Lights

Not long to go now until Longton Lights get switched on. There are stalls and live acts from 1pm on Friday along The Strand with the lights being s...

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