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Picture: Ian Hodgkinson / Picture It Thousands of people have filled have gathered at Featured 2018 Print

Picture: Ian Hodgkinson / Picture It Thousands of people have filled have gathered at

Picture: Ian Hodgkinson / Picture It
Thousands of people have filled have gathered at the The Hannells Darley Park Concert
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© Derby Telegraph / Ian Hodgkinson Picture It

140618HanleyGVs Featured 2018 Print

140618HanleyGVs

Landlady Julie Littleford has been forced to reduce the opening hours of her pub ?? after becoming sick of people ??staggering?? in from a nearby job centre.

Julie believes anti-social behaviour in the area has risen since the job centre opened, and she has had to contend with job centre attendees try and use the toilet in her pub.

She also said that customers have also been ??pestered?? for cigarettes and roll-ups, and because of this, she now opens her Queens Arms Pub on Upper Huntbach Street in Hanley four hours later at 4pm.

GV of Hanley Job centre and the Queens Arms Pub

A new peace garden in the centre of Hanley has come a step closer after the donation of a Featured 2018 Print

A new peace garden in the centre of Hanley has come a step closer after the donation of a

piece of land by Tesco. The Lidice Lives Foundation will soon start to develop the empty plot into to an area of commemoration, celebration, building international friendship and promoting world peace. Alan and Cheryl Gerrard, the owners of the Artbay gallery in Fenton, are behind the project.
Cheryl Gerrard, said:"We have been working on this project for over a year. Alan wrote to Tesco, to inquire about a plot of land they own by the Mitchell Memorial Theatre, asking if we could build a international peace garden there"
The plot of land Alan was originally interested in, next to the theatre, has been empty since the demolition of the ABC Cinema and the construction of Hanley Tesco. For many years the land was the site of The White House, the Broad Street home and workplace of Sir Barnett Stross, local doctor and MP for Stoke Central. Sir Barnett Stross brought the plight of Lidice to light in Stoke on Trent and started the fundraising to have the town rebuilt under the "Lidice Shall Live" banner.
Cheryl continued:"Tesco could not help us with that plot, but another plot just a few metres away on the corner of Broad Street has now been given to the non profit organisation Lidice Lives. The papers are now all signed and the handover completed. The idea is that this will be developed into a peaceful area which will have an international feel to it. We hope it will be a mix of sculptures, and planting."
Alan Gerrard said:" We have links with Lidice and also other communities which were destroyed by the Nazis. We want all these communities to be brought together. Additionally, we need a name for the garden and suggestions are welcome."

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