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A PLAN which will shape the future of Uttoxeter has been put out to the public as part of a six-week consultation.
East Staffordshire Borough Council is asking residents, community groups and businesses in Uttoxeter for their thoughts on the draft Uttoxeter Neighbourhood Plan.
Uttoxeter Town Council submitted their plan to the borough council in August and it is now and it is now out for a six week consultation before its independently examined.
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.
CCG SLAMMED FOR SLASHING STEP-DOWN CARE
ADAM RETURNS VICTORIOUS
OLYMPIC hero, Adam Peaty, has returned from his Rio adventure bringing gold and silver medals back to his home town of Uttoxeter. And the former Painsley pupil travelled in style on the BA2016 flight ‘victoRIOus’ chartered especially for Team GB’s return from the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Adam and his parents will take part in an open-top bus tour through Uttoxeter on Saturday 1st October as part of celebrations marking his return. Uttoxeter Mayor, Alan Noyes will also present a ‘Book of Pride’ to the swimming star, which townsfolk can sign in the foyer of the town hall until 5pm on Wednesday 14th September.
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN CONSULTATION UNDERWAY
STEP-DOWN care at Cheadle Hospital is to be closed, with beds for people recovering from operations, illnesses and accidents only available at Leek Moorlands Hospital or Bradwell Hospital in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
MP Bill Cash has slammed the move and taken up the matter with the Secretary of State while deputy Mayor for Cheadle, Cllr Julie Bull, said the town was "devastated and bewildered" by the move. Marcus Warnes of the North Staffs CCG said: "There are no plans in place to close Cheadle Hospital. But patients tell us they want to be treated at home wherever possible and certainly they tend to have better health outcomes where that takes place.
Yer knowst what its lark yer gets yersen a brand new job pays a bit better then the last un so yer treat yersen ter a brand new moter an if yern a lass it could bay pink an fluffy an very girly an er means a lot ter yer so after yern ad it fer a couple er wicks yer think er needs a wesh so never usin one befoer yer drarve inter that car wesh at top er Grindley Lane and the fellers mack a start on cleanin er well theen used the grime shifter stuff an rinsed her off so if want ter pay an dunner know the proceedure yer con wind yer winder darn ter ask an end up with a car full er foam!
Never marnd young Laura least theyn give yer a free valet even if yer didner need it.
FORMER Hollyoaks beauty, local actress Rachel Shenton has certainly not let stardom go to her head as she revealed to the Times and echo her plans to make a film right here in the Moorlands.
Along with her partner, director Chris Overton, the pair are embarking on exciting and moving project in which the couple hope to recruit a local cast and crew to create the film, which will be based on the life of a deaf child, raising awareness over the issue, which is close to the actress' heart.
The production team are looking for a local deaf child to play the main character, Libby, who is around five years old.
GROUND-BREAKING FILM TO BE SHOT IN MOORLANDS