YOUNGSTERS are playing their part in the effort to keep community spirit alive in the town of Cheadle through this surreal time we are all currently witnessing.
As the Prime Minister locked-down the country on Monday (March 23), children across the nation have been putting pen, paint, crayon, or pencil to paper to create special ‘Stay Safe’ rainbow posters which they have then placed in the windows of their homes.
This poster, pictured, was spotted in the window of a house in Tape Street Cheadle yesterday (Tuesday, March 24).
HAS your child got creative in producing a rainbow ‘Stay Safe’ poster? Why not send us a picture of your child with their poster for us to share with our readers?
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We are the only family run, independent newspaper and magazine business in Staffordshire, established 1896. We are home to three weekly newspapers – The Cheadle and Tean Times (aka The Stunner), The Uttoxeter Echo and The Blythe and Forsbrook Times.
We also produce Peeps into the Past, a bi-monthly nostalgic glimpse into our photographic archives, and three bi-monthly glossy lifestyle magazines – Stone and Eccleshall Life, Leek Life and Newcastle Life.
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