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Images Dated 17th June 2021

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170621greendoor Featured 17 Jun 2021 Image

170621greendoor

Green Door outdoor pursuits have re-opened their doors at their base at Westport Lake for the first time since lockdown.
They offer a wide range of activities at Westport Lake and Tunstall Park for both able and disabled users including bike hire, canoes and archery.
Volunteer Andy Jones gets the bikes ready for Jane Lee of Wood Lane and Linda Shefford of Halmermend who is training for the London Marathon in October

© Pete Stonier / Stoke Sentinel

Wishaw Butchers defib saves life Featured 17 Jun 2021 Image

Wishaw Butchers defib saves life

Hugh Black and Sons, Butchers, Caledonian Road, Wishaw.
The defib that the butchers bought and put in place was used successfully to save a person's life.
Steven Craig, the manager, and Lisa Clarke are pictured outside with defib.Picture by staff photographer Stuart Vance

170621mural Featured 17 Jun 2021 Image

170621mural

Community group Middleport Matters, Appetite Stoke and We Are Culla have collaborated in a piece of public art in Moreton Street, Middleport.
The mural which is painted on the gable end of a row of terrace houses was designed with the help of local residents. Residents were asked to submit ideas and elements that they felt represented the area and initially 3 designs were drawn up. These designs went out on social media and a flyer drop as a vote and the winning design was painted in just under a week by local artists We Are Culla. Middleport Matters Operational Manager Vicki Gwynne (centre) said " We hope this is the first of many in the area and we hope to bring the community in again in the design of the murals. It's nice to inject a bit of colour into Middleport"
Pictured from left Nikita Phillips, Vicki Gwynne and Clair Beech (CORR)

© Pete Stonier / Stoke Sentinel