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April 9, 2021

Dozens caught speeding and vehicles seized in the Moorlands

Speeding motorists, drivers using mobile phones, and trucks with insecure loads were among the offences dealt with by police officers during a recent safety operation in the Staffordshire Moorlands

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April 2, 2021

Creative piece takes inspiration from the natural world

A new creative installation has been unveiled in a Moorlands village. The ‘And The World Changed’ piece of art has been put in place in Tean.

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March 25, 2021

Hero K-Man Kieran to bike huge distance for support service – again

A Moorlands ten-year-old who suffers from Friedreich’s Ataxia (FA) has decided to cycle a massive distance to raise money for charity for the second year running. Kieran Kumar-Hanki, from Tean, raised more than £2,700 after cycling more than 108 kilometres on his trike for Ataxia UK last year.

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December 18, 2020

“We have lost one of Cheadle’s true characters”

Tribute has been paid to a much-loved character in the Moorlands. David William Byatt, who was known as Sam, sadly passed away at the age of 55, on December 1, at his home in Cheadle.

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December 3, 2020

Tributes to a generous gentleman

A gentleman who inspired those around him with his positivity in the face of two illnesses, has passed away. John Rankin, died at the Douglas Macmillan Hospice on Sunday, November 29 aged 73.

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November 25, 2020

Residents urged to get tested for Covid-19

Residents in parts of the Staffordshire Moorlands are being urged to book a test for Covid-19. The areas of Cheadle, Checkley, Upper Tean, Cellarhead, Werrington, Bagnall, Brown Edge, and Endon, have been identified as Covid-19 hotspots, places where there is a high level of community transmission.

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November 6, 2020

Community spirit rectifies vandalised display

A community Halloween display was wrecked by vandals last week – but then soon rectified by a kind-hearted community. Great Wood Hall in Tean had been one of many venues and private houses which took part in the Tean Pumpkin Trail over the weekend.

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October 1, 2020

Recognition for two decades of being a lollipop lady

A lollipop lady has been recognised for her two decades of crossing children safely to get to their school. Jan Wilkinson has been the School Crossing Control Attendant at Great Wood Primary in Tean for 21 years.

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March 12, 2020

“I’ve lost everything” – retired nurse says she is “devastated” after freak house fire

AN ELDERLY lady says she is “devastated” after a fire ripped through her home last month, leaving her having to find a temporary home. 83-year-old Margaret Keane, of Cheadle, was out shopping with her son on the afternoon of February 16 when her bungalow on Robina Drive caught fire, reportedly from lightning amidst Storm Dennis. The retired nurse of 37 years said she had just spent £1,800 of her savings on decorating the Your Housing property following what was supposed to be her “final move” in March 2019.

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February 20, 2020

Arrest made after police called to village incident

A WOMAN was arrested at the weekend following an incident in a Moorlands village. New Road in Tean was closed for several hours on Friday evening after the emergency services were called to a report of an unidentified liquid being put through a letterbox. The incident saw four people being assessed by paramedics and also firefighters wearing breathing apparatus assessing the area.

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January 23, 2020

“He was my rock and a perfect son”

THE mother of a young man who tragically passed away last week has paid tribute to her much-loved son. Lewis James McFarlin, who lived in Tean, sadly passed away on Tuesday, January 14. Known to his family and friends as Lewj, the 24-year-old was a much loved son, brother, grandson, nephew and friend to many.

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December 23, 2019

Hero Joe donates stems cells

A SELFLESS father has donated millions of his stem cells to help a patient with a life-threatening illness after he came up as a match for the sufferer. Joe Marlow, from Tean, had been on a stem cell register for over three years after becoming involved with organisation DKMS (standing for “Deutsche KnochenMarkSpenderdatei” which means “German Bone Marrow Donor File” in German) through a family member. Joe recently received the news that he had come up as a match for a patient and was asked if he could go down to London as soon as it was possible so the patient could receive treatment.

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