BLURTON: The Douglas Macmillan Hospice was due to hold its Christmas raffle draw today.
Julian Bartlam will pull out the winning ticket at the Blurton hospice with the winner having the choice of £3,000 cash or a holiday in Gran Canaria.
His brother James, from Stockton Brook, died, aged 46, at the hospice in February, three years after being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Since his death, the Stoke 96 Round Table which Julian was a part of, has donated £2,000 and a group of his friends have canoed from Inverness to Fort William in his memory.
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The charity confirmed this year's Christmas raffle has raised more than £76,000 to go towards running its services.
COBRIDGE: Residents have just one day left to have their say on plans for traffic calming measures on two main roads.
Highways officers want to install speed humps in Sneyd Hill, near its junction with Nevada Lane, and at Sandbach Road, near Hot Lane.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council is consulting motorists over its proposed safety measures until the end of tomorrow.
For more information call council officer David Dixon on 01782 236765.
STAFFORD: The newly-formed Stafford Hospital Working Group has planned a series of meetings for the New Year.
Members will meet on 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.
COBRIDGE: Residents will be able to raise their concerns over crime at a police meeting.
Families in Cobridge can attend the police surgery at Portland Street Community Centre tomorrow at 2.30pm.
Everyone is welcome to attend.