STAFFORD: A dog show will take place at a country fair at Stafford Castle tomorrow.
Dog lovers are invited to enter their pets in both fun and pedigree classes.
The competition is being organised by PADS Dog Training.
The fair will be held at the castle, in Newport Road, from 10am to 5pm.
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Registration starts at 10am.
Other attractions include shire horse logging, sheep dog herding, ferret racing and birds of prey.
Admission is free, but car parking is £2.
Entrance into the dog show is £1.50.
MOW COP: Part of a country lane is to be closed off to traffic for roadworks from Monday.
British Telecom cabling works will lead to the closure of Biddulph Road – between Sands Road and Tower Hill Road – from 9.30am.
The closure is expected to remain in force for three days.
Traffic will be diverted along Sands Road, Church Lane, Congleton Road and Tower Hill Road. Diversions will be signposted.
JOINERS SQUARE: The next meeting of the North Staffordshire Prostrate Cancer Support Group takes place on Wednesday at Joiners Square Community Centre, in Cornes Street, off Leek Road. Shirley Taperek will give a talk on Macmillan Cancer Support.
For more details, call Clive Stevenson on 01782 393623.
STONE: Paul Cooke, curator at Ness Botanic Gardens, will give a talk on the continuing search for new plants.
Mr Cooke will be at Walton Community Centre, on Whitemill Lane, on Thursday. The talk starts at 7.45pm and admission costs £3, with proceeds going towards Stone In Bloom.
Tickets are available from Wikijum on Stone High Street.
BENTILEE: A fire engine will visit Bentilee Library today. Families with youngsters aged five to 11 are invited to go along and visit the crews from 11am until noon.