May 6, 2022
An aid support initiative in the Moorlands has helped a similar scheme with its latest humanitarian aid campaign. The Leek and Cheddleton Aid Support for Ukraine Centre, which is based at Bank House in Leek, has provided lots of much-needed medical supplies and other donations, which were picked up by representatives of Ambulance Aid yesterday (Tuesday, May 3) and are now making their way to help those affected by war-torn Ukraine.
April 21, 2022
Donations are continuing to flood in for a Staffordshire Moorlands humanitarian project which is aiding those affected by war-torn Ukraine. The ‘Leek and Cheddleton Aid Support for Ukraine’ is continuing to collect donations at the Leek Town Council owned Bank House in St Edward Street, Leek.
April 14, 2022
An appeal has been launched in the Moorlands to purchase ambulances which will be driven out to help those affected by war-torn Ukraine.
April 7, 2022
A humanitarian aid initiative in a Moorlands town is continuing to strive. We reported last month that Bank House in St Edward Street, Leek, has become a hub for people to drop off donations of items and cash to help those affected by war-torn Ukraine.
March 31, 2022
A town councillor has called for the leader of a district council to step down and retire. In an open email, shared with the Leek & Moorlands Echo, Leek town councillor Roy Molson, who is a member of the Conservative party, has called for the leader of Staffordshire Moorlands District Council (SMDC), councillor Sybil Ralphs, who is also a Conservative, to retire.
February 10, 2022
Popular outdoor concerts are set to make a welcome comeback in a Moorlands town. Leek Town Council is working in partnership with the Friends of Brough Park to bring back the outdoor concerts to the bandstand.