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Are conner remember when way were last two none up in an Ashes series with thray ter play cost they? Ar no it dunner appen very offen so ar think thee must er put sommat in the waiter this yer cause Chris Froomes won the Tour de France anno ar anner knockin it but thees summat strange goin on wi ar sport it anner usual an it? Ar’ve erd Peter Locket as used ter teach in the town took is car inter the garage fert ava bitta work dun on it so the garage give im a courtesy car what just appened ter be a cabriolet just rate yerd think if yer landed that cose the eavens opened on Tuesday didner thee ar dunner spose ayll get the roof darn onit nar never marnd Pete better luck next tarm.

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Bus talks give hope to stranded residents

 

NHS to provide life-changing operation for Kyreigh

A little boy who has been the object of a town-wide fund-raising drive has been told he can have a life-changing operation on the NHS.

Kyreigh O'Regan has Cerebral Palsy and his family had initially been told her could not have specialist surgery in the UK. Now, after a massive fund-raising campaign to source treatment in Amerca, Kyreigh's mum, Sasha, has been told he can be treated in Britain.

 

Duo tackle Kilimanjaro for children's charity

Intrepid friends, Dan Minor and Nick Ward, are taking on Africa's highest mountain this summer to raise money for the NSPCC.

Their 11-day trip to Tanzania in June reaches its climax in the early hours of the 26th when the pair - who both work at JCB's World Headquarters in Rocester - reach the 19,341 ft summit of Kilimanjaro.

 

Residents left marooned in their own villages due to radical cuts to a rural bus service have been given hope that alternative public transport may become available.

More than 30 villagers turned out to a meeting in Alton on Monday to pledge their desire to continue using public transport.

 

 

Ar dunner knowst whats gon on but thlast ar erd were a call fer Curly Johnson fer Mayor! Bloomin eck!

Wayn got Stephen Ellis instead nar ar anner tackin owt away from the abilities er young Stephen but ar reckon it ud give Curly summat ter do nar ays retired from Manitube ayl bay kickin is eels good an proper.

Ar ear yer ad a good retirement do didsner owd lad ar erd as the Queens were rockin raynd the clock!

Ar wish this ear weather ud warm up agin if it keeps this up ar'll av ter bay gettin may longjohns ayt agen ar tell yer what as bet as Geoff Burton's bay faylin it raynd is ears nay ayse ad is bonce shaved tayn ave ter buy a wooly at youth.

 

The son of a man who tragically took his own life three years ago is about to embark on a 92-mile charity trek in his memory.

Jim Smith of Uttoxeter is limbering up for a non-stop charity walk along the entire stretch of the Staffordshire.

By his side will be friend and JCB colleague, Ben Murphy from Tean.

Son's tribute to dad who took his own life

Tean Road mememorial recreation ground gates 8631310849_0f600841c1_z Nick Ward, left, and Dan Minor prepare for their c Jim Smith (left) and Ben Murphy limber up for thei Kyreigh-U-011114-117News