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Images Dated 30th May 2022

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300522bunt Featured 30 May 2022 Image

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High Street


Not sure if the Sentinel will be touring around Staffordshire checking out how towns and villages have decorated to celebrate the Queens Diamond Jubilee, I'm sure there will be lots all over, but take a look at Newcastle Town centre, you'll be amazed!
Mainly because of the lack of flags,bunting etc.
I was in town this morning, Friday, there are two strings of tiny flag bunting in the High Street and four of the same in The Ironmarket with a few more down Castle Walks.
There are a few round purple signs attached to the odd post here and there, but on the whole it's a disgrace!
Don't take my word for it, go and look for yourselves, of course there may be more to be put up, but if that's the case, the town centre is way behind the rest of the country!
Whoever is in charge of the decorations or lack of them, should be ashamed

© Stoke on Trent Live & The Sentinel

300522ForestCele Featured 30 May 2022 Image

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Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis pictured on the balcony of the Council House in Nottingham's Old Market Square, during a celebration event following Nottingham Forest's promotion to the Premier League.
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Nottingham Forest promotion celebration event in Old Market Square, Nottingham city centre, following Nottingham Forest's promotion to the Premier League, after beating Huddersfield Town 1-0 in the Championship play-off final at Wembley (Sunday 29th May)
Photo: Monday 30th May 2022.
(Copyright: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post)

© Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

300522ENVIRO Featured 30 May 2022 Image

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Environmental Services Show at Hanley Park,


Highways and maintenance vehicles have taken to Hanley Park, not because paths and roads need fixing, but to educate children as to how the machinery works and the jobs they do, as part of a half-term open day.



Teams from Stoke-on-Trent City Council led a taster day of activities for children to see a range of vehicles and find out how they can help to support the greens spaces in the areas where they live.



Vehicles at the event included:



Pothole Pro

Hotbox

Gritter & Tow behind gritter

Telehandler

Gully Tanker

A refuse vehicle, with staff able to talk about how waste collections work.

A recycling trailer, with staff on hand to talk about the range of materials that can be recycled.



Allotment officers were also on hand and led a competition to win a fruit tree

© Stoke on Trent Live & The Sentinel