Can Heritage England Help With Despair Over Old Church School

Previous scenes of Old Church School after arson attack

The City Council has reported to Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association that they are meeting with “Heritage England” with a number of ideas to address ongoing issues with the Old Church School on Goldenhill’s High Street.

The Birmingham based owners have questioned the sustainability of […]

Breaking News – Police Seize More Drugs at Goldenhill Address

With help from concerned residents in Goldenhill; the Neighbourhood Policing Team would like to thank everyone over the past couple of weeks for their help in seizing drugs on Wednesday in Brakespeare Street, and later on today in nearby Heath Street.

Staffordshire Police have now carried out two warrants at the addresses mentioned, which has […]

Sandyford’s Red Route Road “Do’s & Dont’s”

Plans by Stoke on Trent City Council’s controversial “red route” road through Sandyford have been disclosed.

The following information obtained by Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association can confirm the following.

The “red route” road continues from Tunstall High Street into Sandyford High Street at it’s junction with Summerbank Road and ends at the KFC roundabout […]

Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Public Meeting

Residents Public Meeting Information

Sandyford Loses Out To Stop “Red Route Road Scheme”

Stoke on Trent City Council is moving ahead with plans to introduce red routes across the city – and has made some revisions to its original proposals following a successful public consultation exercise.

The council say after carefully listening to views received from the public through consultation that they have a number of key […]

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from S.A.G.E.

Festive Wishes to all Residents

 

Poetry “The Angel of Evermore”

Here is a poem by a North Staffordshire poet, Terry Barber “The Biddulph Bard” from his latest book, The Angel of Evermore, which tells the story of a young woman who is raped and left for dead, but is rescued by a celestial being. It is a story, which he hopes will catch the […]

Snow Champions Wanted

“Icy pavements are especially dangerous for those who may be unsteady on their feet such as mature residents or those with a disability. Stoke-on-Trent City Council wishes to support local people who may wish to help clear public amenities such as shop frontages, medical centres, schools etc. If volunteers come forward, the council will seek […]

Burslem Town Centre “Light Night Event”

Stoke on Trent City Council, Appetite and the Cultural Forum are thrilled to be launching a brand new citywide event: Light Night Stoke-on-Trent.

Taking place in Burslem Town Centre from Thursday, January 31 to Saturday, February 2, Light Night is a free, three-evening event for the whole city that will see the town transformed with […]

Rent Free Weeks for Stoke on Trent City Council Tenants

Make sure you are up-to-date with your rent payments

Every penny counts when you are getting closer and closer to the festive period and the good news is that council tenants will benefit from two rent-free weeks in the run-up to Christmas.

This is only available to tenants who are fully up-to-date on their rent […]