STAFFORD: The newly-formed Stafford Hospital Working Group has planned a series of meetings.
Members will meet on Thursday, October 25; Thursday, November 22; Thursday, December 13; Thursday, January 10; and Thursday, February 14.
Each meeting takes place at Trinity Church, Stafford, and will start at 7.30pm.
The working group has been set up to look into problems at the scandal-hit hospital.
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BUCKNALL: A warrant without bail was issued by North Staffordshire Magistrates for 24-year-old Paul Dale, of Langford Road, Bucknall, who has pleaded guilty to assaulting Nathan Lomas by beating on August 11 after he failed to turn up for his next court hearing.
SANDFORD HILL: Adam Ellis, aged 26, of Barclay Street, Sandford Hill, has pleaded guilty to possession of a kitchen knife in a public place, namely Barclay Street, on August 24.
North Staffordshire magistrates adjourned sentence for reports.
The defendant will next appear before the court on October 23.
MEIR: Jonathan Mansell, aged 30, of Grangewood Avenue, Meir, has pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis on September 7. The self-employed musician was unconditionally bailed until October 4. North Staffordshire magistrates imposed an interim driving ban.
FEGG HAYES: A charity event raised £120 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The jumble sale and coffee morning at the Whitfield Valley Community Centre on Friday was boosted by support from nearby Asda and Spar stores.
Organiser Gareth Cooper, aged 29, of Fegg Hayes Road, said: "It was brilliant. I can't believe we raised so much."
NANTWICH: A spa is offering complimentary nail consultations at a charity night tomorrow.
Madison Spa in Nantwich is staging the charity night from 5pm until 8pm.
Proceeds will go to charities supporting research into breast cancer. For more details call 01270 625218.
AUDLEY: Stephen Whalley, aged 38, of Meadowside Avenue, Audley, has pleaded guilty to receiving stolen goods at Bignall End on June 15. North Staffordshire magistrates adjourned sentence and he was unconditionally bailed.