Uttoxeter walkers, residents and staff from Uttoxeter Leisure Centre gathered this morning to ‘March Against Cancer‘. Dozens of people met to take a three mile walk through Bramshall Park to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Find out more.

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David Hill from Uttoxeter yesterday left the town on his push bike and cycled over 100 miles to Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon. Today he walked to the top of that mountain, before cycling back to Uttoxeter tomorrow (Saturday). He’s raising money for the British Heart Foundation. Go ahead and make a small donation to help him reach – and maybe exceed – his £400 target.

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John Smith bows out from Rocester JCB after 50 years' service

One of the first apprentices ever recruited by Rocester-based JCB today marked a double milestone with the company – 50 years’ service and his retirement.

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Derby band Joint Honours contacted us with this great tune. What do you think? Learn more about Joint Honours.

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September 7th will see the return of the cyclists from the Talbot Charity Bike Club, and with it a huge family fun day to celebrate their 600 mile journey.

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At Uttoxeter Leisure Centre, work continues on closing the building to the elements, the heated floor is sealed and installation of pipe work for the pool is started.

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Ron and Margaret Clarke, the Mayor and Mayoress of East Staffordshire, opened the Lark in the Park on Saturday. Ron Clarke says: “We enjoyed our visit and it was nice to see so many people turn out and enjoying the day. Many thanks for the welcome and to all those people who worked hard to make the day a success.”