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JUNE/JULY 2012

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GOOD NEWS ONLY It`s a glorious hot and sunny day as I write this, a time to look on the bright side. David Cameron is doing much the same, surely you`ve seen the press pictures of him celebrating Chelsea winning the Champions League whilst in the middle of a group of mainly stony faced world leaders discussing the impending collapse of the eurozone and disaster for all that follows. Who amongst us is not drooling at thought of hours of gripping TV coverage of a variety of individuals carrying the Olympic Torch (prior in some cases to selling it on ebay). As a nation of football fans we can for a few days dream of England`s success in Euros 2012 though hopefully not just until the matches start. Enjoy it while we can. At the same time we can all enjoy an extra holiday for the Queens`s Jubilee celebrations, a chance to mingle with friends and neighbours at street parties and other celebrations, admire the pageantry on TV, or simply slink off to the pub. Whatever you choose it can`t be bad. On a slightly more serious, but equally upbeat note, have you heard that JCB have acquired yet another large overseas order for their mini diggers, £36milIion is the figure mentioned, Michelin have invested some £20 million in a new retread process and Emma Bridgwater and a couple of other pottery firms seem to be going from strength to strength and benefitting considerably from the Jubilee and Olympic Games. Orders for the big firms safeguard existing jobs, create new jobs and lead to the bigger companies ordering goods and services off other smaller local businesses thus helping them flourish and affording further opportunities.

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There seems to be a growing realisation that we need to resurrect our manufacturing industries rather than become a storage and distribution outlet for goods once Made In Britain but now made overseas. It is significant that local colleges are once again now talking of reintroducing training for skills in the pottery industry, let us hope this is but the start of a something more extensive.

And finally, hiding their light under a bushel hidden away on the back cover Hylands, the well known and long established Potteries Electrical Retail Group announce the imminent opening of their NEW BRANCH IN HANLEY. This is a new and additional branch, not a replacement for an existing outlet and a local firm expanding in an allegedly depressed area in a recession is a notable achievement. Please support them – fair prices and friendly service are the norm. Remember - look at the positives.

Contact Us: Trade Locally is wholly independent and is published by Leaflets Ltd, 207-209, Grindley Lane, Blythe Bridge, Stoke on Trent ST11 9JS.

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YOUR GARDEN IN JUNE Thankfully the weather is now much more Summer-Like. The change to warmer days came at the same time as the new moon. This, in theory means that we should have a spell of warm dry days. Time will tell!! IN THE GARDEN As the chance of frosts should now have passed, now is the time to plant summer bedding plants and window boxes. Your hanging baskets can also now be planted directly outside. If you have previously planted your baskets indoors then it should now be safe to put them outside. Now is also the time to plant out Runner Beans and French Beans, Tomato Plants can now be planted outside in pots or even directly into the soil as long as a Sunny Location is chosen. Any early Flowering Alpines such as Aubretia and Alyssum should be lightly trimmed when the flowers fade. This will encourage compact, fresh new growth. Keep removing faded flowers from Azaleas and Rhododendrons. This encourages the new growth to come through stronger. Keep earthling up your Potatoes this encourages the buried stems to grow new roots and tubers. As soon as flowers have faded on early flowering perennials then trim them back. This will encourage

new growth and more flowers later in summer. Towards the end of June is the best time to give Topiary Box Plants a trim. Use small shears or hand clippers to get the required effect. Give plants a balances feed at this time to encourage healthy new growth.

I have recently had the opportunity to sell a brand new Begonia which has been bred by a grower in Cheshire. It has just been named Begonia “Love A Lot� please come and see it you will not be disappointed. By Robin Harper Mount Nurseries at Spot Acre

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I.T. & MEDIA That’s the way the cookie crumbles Although most people have heard of cookies (I’m not talking about the chocolate chip variety), the majority of us are vague about what they are and what they do. A cookie is a tracking tool, a small piece of code that is downloaded onto your computer when you visit some websites. The cookie then registers your computer’s IP address and broadcasts it back to whoever created the cookie, so allowing them to see what webpages you have visited. To give an idea of how prevalent cookies are, for a high traffic site such as Autotrader there will typically be 14 cookies on every single webpage. This all sounds very sinister, but it isn’t really. One of the main purposes of tracking cookies is to make a website more relevant and useful to visitors. For example, I went on a price comparison site for flights in an attempt to sort out my summer holiday. I entered the departure and return dates, the number of passengers and where I wanted to fly to. Then something came up and I navigated onto another website. When I returned to

the price comparison site a few hours later I found that my search data was still there. This was thanks to the cookie that the site had placed on my computer. In the same way, if you regularly visit a news site and look at the football news, the site may well put a link to the football section on the homepage you see when you visit the site. However, only about a third of cookies belong to website owners; the rest are third party owned, usually by advertisers. These are used to target advertising at people that are likely to be interested in it; for instance, if I was looking for flights to Malaga, a cookie might well direct an advert for a car hire firm on the Costa del Sol to the webpage I am looking at. Again, this is no bad thing – if you are going to see adverts, they might as well be relevant to you. One organisation that is concerned about the sheer number of advertising cookies on the internet is the Information Commissioner’s Office or ICO. If you didn’t know, the ICO is the body that regulates all the personal data that is floating about out there, who can access it and how they can use it. The ICO wants to introduce a system where the website owner has to display a pop-up box on the landing page explaining that the site wishes to download cookies onto your computer. The visitor would then have to tick a box to

enable cookies to be activated. The ICO has put such a pop-up on its own website and argues that the vast majority of visitors to the site choose not to enable cookies. I am convinced that this is a bad idea for a whole range of reasons. Most people do not know what cookies are and would be easily convinced that they are invasive privacy snoops. In reality, without cookies the internet would be a much more frustrating and unfriendly place to visit. If advertisers do not have the ability to effectively target potential customers, they will be less inclined to advertise. A lot of very useful websites rely on advertising revenue for their existence and these sites would vanish from the internet. Surely it would be better to have a pop-up that gives visitors the option to disable cookies if they want to, allowing them to opt out rather than forcing them to opt in - it’s actually very straightforward to disable cookies on your browser if you feel that strongly about them. Ultimately, if visitors feel a site is too intrusive or has too many adverts they will vote with their feet and visit another site instead. I always feel it is more satisfying to eat the cookie than to crush it into crumbs. Graham Iek IT Consultant

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USED CAR Hyper-milers that don’t cost the earth With fuel prices at astronomic levels, any car that delivers miniscule fuel consumption has something to recommend it. The trouble is, all too often the economy comes at a price – a dreary car with a high purchase cost. I’ve managed to find four good cars that offer stellar mpg and are still reasonably cheap to buy. I’ve also covered all the bases: supermini, executive saloon, roadster and 4X4. BMW 520d (60mpg) The last generation 5 series was a superb car in every way apart from the debatable styling – and even that grows on you. The 2.0 litre diesel is a masterpiece, amazingly frugal, refined and powerful enough to punt this big car up to 140mph. Other than that, you get plenty of space, lots of kit, prestige, luxury and the best handling in its class. The build quality is top of the line too. The big news is the price; you can pick up a pristine 2006 model with a modest 70k on it for £8000. For: Quality, driving pleasure, comfort, value. Against: Stark dashboard, controversial looks. Volkswagen Polo Blue Motion (88mpg)Volkswagen have really tried to prove a point with their Blue Motion models, that staggering fuel economy is achieved through relentless attention to detail – engine mapping, weight saving, skinny tyres and a stop-start system. Despite all these compromises, this is still a VW Polo, well built, practical and classless. Even the performance is perfectly acceptable for a supermini. And get this: if you try hard you can cover 870 miles on a fifty quid tank of petrol. The depreciation

is fairly glacial though; an 08 plate that has covered 36,000 miles will set you back £8000. For: Build quality, space, built in smugness factor. Against: A little dull. Vauxhall Tigra 1.3 CDTI (72mpg) The original Tigra was a silly little coupe, but the second generation has a lot going for it. It is a 2 seater roadster with a cleverly designed folding metal roof. The sharp styling makes it easier on the eye than the average Vauxhall and it’s great fun to drive, particularly for a front wheel drive car. The impressive mpg comes courtesy of a titchy 1.3 litre diesel which is a little coarse and low on power; don’t bank on getting into any drag races, 0-60 takes a painful 15.5 seconds! On the plus side, the Tigra really is as cheap as chips; £4,500 puts you in an ’05 model with 60k on the clock. For: Cheeky good looks, practical soft top motoring, value for money Against: Pathetic acceleration, hairdresser image Peugeot 4007 2.2HDI (49mpg) An economical 4X4 might seem like a contradiction in terms, but Peugeot make it possible thanks to a switchable four wheel drive

system; you only engage it when the going gets tough. This is also a proper family sized off roader with seven adult seats and all the luxury and gadgets you could wish for including satnav and leather. The engine is a gem, smooth and quiet, yet strong enough to deliver saloon car levels of performance. The ride and handling are both good and the off road ability, while not world class, is perfectly adequate for most people’s needs. It’s even quite good looking in a chunky kind of way. This car really is an unsung hero. Expect to pay £9000 for an ’08 plate with 80,000 miles under its belt, more if you want a lower mileage example. For: Space, comfort, good road manners, versatility, Japanese build quality. Against: There’s no boot space with the rear row of seats in place.

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FASHION Cool Britannia! As you read this, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee will either be about to take place or have just taken place and the Olympics are imminent. There has never been a better time to add a splash of patriotism to your outfit! With Union Jack fever sweeping the nation, it’s time to stand out and be proud to be British! From catwalk to high street, fashion collections are brimming with clothes, shoes and accessories sporting this hot Brit look. Whether you are an extrovert exhibitionist or a shy shrinking violet, young or old, there is something here for everyone! And with every fashion store jumping on the bandwagon, there are some incredibly affordable Union

Jack touches so there’s no excuse for being left behind! Flaunt it with a full-on brightly coloured Union Jack dress or tights or choose a softer option in more faded tones whilst keeping bang on trend. Seek out a gorgeous vest top or t-shirt or some seriously sexy Union Jack jeans – for the courageous, team two clashing Union Jack prints to really hit the spot this summer! There’s a huge array of patriotic accessories vying for your attention: glorious Union Jack shoes and sandals, gorgeous scarves and attention grabbing handbags, tote bags and clutch bags. Don a pair of red, white and blue earrings or get down to your local nail salon for some

amazing Union Jack nail art! This look is fun, young and liberating – isn’t it good to see the nation smile again? And it’s not just for the ladies. Men can get in on the act too – belts, braces, t-shirts, socks, waistcoats and bags! They are all out there – go on guys! Shake off that British reserve; be brave, bright and British! Kids too will love to join in - it’s a fashion for the whole family. Finally, don’t forget to take some patriotic spirit along on your holiday this year, whether travelling at home or abroad with Union Jack swimwear, towels, baseball caps or suitcases! Let’s celebrate! Sarah Hughes

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WESTBRIDGE FURNITURE DESIGNS LTD Westbridge Furniture Designs Ltd (Stoke) incorporating Linea Interiors Ltd becomes a Full Member of The Furniture Ombudsman The Furniture Ombudsman (TFO), which aims to inspire consumer confidence in the furniture industry by raising standards and improving service, is pleased to welcome Westbridge Furniture Designs Ltd (Stoke) incorporating Linea Interiors Ltd to its growing list of Full Members. Westbridge furniture designs Ltd is a manufacturer of quality sofas and upholstery products for some of the UK’s bestknown high-street department stores. The company’s Full TFO Membership covers the company’s factory outlet and partner company, Linea Interiors, at Meir Park, Stoke-on-Trent. The Stoke-on-Trent factory outlet sells cancelled orders and end of line products manufactured by Westbridge direct to the public. All of Westbridge’s upholstery products are sold at 50% off the normal High Street price and are brand new from their factory. The factory outlet also offers to the general public, quality bedroom, living, and dining room furniture. Having carefully sourced these products and bought them in bulk using Westbridge’s buying power and industry contacts, they are then supplied to the public at the keenest possible prices. Holding huge stocks of all the furniture provides for an unrivalled availability of product. Paul Clare, head of the Meir Park operation said, “Although we are trading as a factory

outlet, we still aim to provide quality products and a high level of service to our customers. We chose to join The Furniture Ombudsman as we wanted to demonstrate that putting the customer first is extremely important to us. This means that our customers can buy any furniture product from Westbridge Furniture Designs Ltd’s Stoke-on-Trent factory outlet with full confidence and reassurance of a fair deal. Westbridge have recently launched a website www. westbridgefurniturestoke.co.uk, specifically for the factory outlet at Meir Park Stoke-on-Trent. This will showcase the amazing product offer that is available to the public. Jon Walters, Service Delivery Manager for The Furniture

Ombudsman said “We are very pleased to welcome Westbridge and Linea Interiors as a Full Member. By joining The Furniture Ombudsman, they are offering customers additional reassurance and have demonstrated a commitment to the consumer. Through The Furniture Ombudsman Full Membership, they have agreed to follow the scheme’s Code of Practice and pledged to act responsibly within the furniture industry.” The Westbridge Factory Outlet showroom can be found at Meir Park, Stoke-on-Trent ST3 7QA. For more information on The Furniture Ombudsman and to watch a short film explaining The Furniture Ombudsman service, visit www. thefurnitureombudsman.org.

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TRAVEL The best 24 hours of the year The Le Mans 24 hours is an endurance race that has been running since 1929 and is probably the most extreme test of man and machine in the world of motor sport. For my money, it is also the best long weekend break you can have. I go every year with a group of friends who are all dedicated petrol heads and we have a brilliant time. The race always takes place over a weekend in June, but everything kicks off on the prior Wednesday when the teams start practising. We usually head down on the Thursday morning and come back on the Sunday evening. Le Mans is in eastern France, a drive of about 500 miles for us, and the drive down is one of the highlights of the trip. We always take the ferry from Dover to Calais rather than the tunnel, because it breaks the journey. Also, parking in the marshalling area is an event in itself. Half the cars waiting to board the ferry are going to Le Mans and you get to see some serious machinery, lots of Ferraris, Porsches and Aston Martins, but also plenty of specialised track cars. Last year there were three Ariel Atoms in our lane that had come down from Manchester. This is a car that doesn’t have a windscreen, any bodywork or any storage space… at all… yet they’d each managed to pack in 2 people and enough kit for three days camping – a heroic endeavour! Our convoy contained a Nissan 350Z, an elderly Porsche and a Subaru Imprezza WRX, all a bit more civilised. We had some food and a couple of beers for the passengers on the ferry and

then set off on the mad blast down to Le Mans. It’s a distance of 270 miles and is meant to take a little over four hours; I know people who have done it in under three! Think of a French version of the Cannonball Run and you get the idea. The circuit complex covers a huge amount of land and there is plenty of room for camping and even a few hotels if you really want some creature comforts. We always camp on a site about a mile from the circuit. There are plenty of familiar faces each year and a great sense of camaraderie; the Thursday evening is given over to a boozy barbecue and an impromptu party. A lot of the Friday is spent watching practice – the circuit is 8� miles long so there is no shortage of good vantage points – but we also make time for a slap up lunch in a restaurant a few miles away. Then it’s early to bed because the race starts at noon on Saturday. Le Mans racing is quite complicated; there are four different groups and each team is competing to win the group title and, hopefully, the overall

title. The winner is the car that covers the greatest distance over the 24 hour period. Usually the overall title is won by the LMP1 class but that isn’t always the case. Audi have dominated Le Mans for the past few years but Peugeot always manage to give them a run for their money. The racing is dramatic, cars have been known to top 250mph on the Mulsanne straight. Last year’s race was fantastic, two of the Audis were involved in huge high speed crashes, though amazingly no one was hurt, and the surviving Audi went on to win the race by a scant 13 seconds. Once darkness falls, there’s not a lot to see so the spectators indulge in yet another party. There are discos, beer tents galore, hog roasts… you name it, it’s going on somewhere. We grab a few hours of sleep and get up shortly after dawn to watch the last 6 hours of racing. The drive back to Calais is a much calmer affair; we’re exhausted, yet sated by another year’s dose of high octane entertainment. Alex Meyer

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RECIPE Pan roast trout, spinach & wild mushrooms, sweetcorn puree, fondant potatoes - Serves 4 4 whole trout 50g butter 1 lemon 100g baby spinach 100g mixed wild mushrooms 20g butter 1 clove garlic 100g frozen sweetcorn kernels

50ml cream 50ml milk 25g butter Salt & pepper 4 large potatoes 1 sprig rosemary � bulb garlic 50g butter

Fondant potatoes - Peel and slice the potatoes into a round shape approximately 7cm across and 4 cm thick. Season a heavy bottomed pan, put the potatoes in and cover with water. Place the butter, rosemary & garlic in the pan and cook over a high heat until all the water has

been absorbed; the potato will now fry in the butter until golden brown. Turn the potato over and cook for another 5 minutes until the other side is golden brown. Sweetcorn puree - Put all the sweetcorn, milk and cream in the pan with 25g of butter then cook over a low heat until tender. Place into a bar blend and blend until smooth, pass through a fine sieve and reheat when ready to serve. This may need a little milk to bring it back. Trout - Season the trout inside and out. Heat a heavy bottomed frying pan till very hot. Add a little cooking or olive oil to the pan then carefully place the trout in the pan. Cook for about 5 minutes a side. Remove from the heat, add the 50g of butter and squeeze the juice from the lemon into the pan. Allow the

trout to rest in the butter covered with tin foil for about 5 minutes, then remove from the bone and serve. Spinach & wild mushrooms Crush the garlic with the back of a large cook’s knife and cook in the butter with the mushrooms. Once the mushrooms have a nice colour, add the spinach and cover with a lid. Allow the spinach to wilt down, drain well and serve Danny Jimminson Restaurateur

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LITTER LITTER EVERYWHERE The Daily Mail has launched a new campaign – ‘Spring Clean for the Queen’ – which is encouraging all of us to get the country cleaned up in time for the Diamond Jubilee. Obviously many of you have been doing this for years but sometimes people need something to spur them into action and I very much hope that this campaign encourages many more people to join in to rid our local countryside of litter. But do we really need a campaign to get us going. With all this talk of litter, it’s important to remember that fly-tipping, particularly on private land, can be as much as a problem for communities. With an average clear up cost of £

216, it’s an issue that should be taken seriously by the government. Are you annoyed by litter where you live? Do you see hedgerows littered with fast food wrappers, plastic bottles, tin cans adorning our A roads and so on. Well I hope we take the message at the beginning of this article, a take up our brushes, litter pickers, plastic bags and gloves and organise local litter picks, to rid ourselves of the stain that litter brings on our wonderful countryside and surroundings.

tipping immediately to the local council. If you have seen the recent series on BBC TV “Chatsworth” you will have noticed the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire out and about litter picking with their estate staff. So if it can be done by them then we can certainly do likewise. Happy picking and let us know YOUR success stories. By Rob Pepper, Dilhorne

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FROM A HOBBY TO A FULL TIME BUSINESS Jo Hurst and her late husband Kenneth ran a dairy farm in Dilhorne for 40 years and bought The Riding School and Saddlery as a planned retirement business 10 years ago. Today the Riding School is run by Jo`s daughter Alex, a former member of the British Junior Show Jumping Team while Jo looks aftser The Saddlery while still finding time for her hobby of gardening and producing homegrown fruit and vegetables. Jo`s enthusiasm and green fingers led to her growing far too much fruit and vegetables for family consumption last year which led her to start

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selling her produce in the Saddlery. A fire at the premises subsequently provided the opportunity to expand the fruit and veg sideline into a full time business after some work on the buildings and Bolton Gate Saddlery Farm Shop opened for business on 27 April this year. Jo grows her own fruit and vegetables including all the usual homegrown vegetables, tomatoes, kiwi fruit, raspberries, strawberries etc which she supplements with produce from other local suppliers as necessary. The locally produced meat in the

Farm Shop is supplied by Bickerton`s in Caverswall and Jo offers an extensive range of Jams, chutneys, cooking and pasta sources from Cottage Delight in Leekbrook. The Farm Shop is open 7 days per week and has plenty of Free Parking space. STOP PRESS: Coming Shortly – DOG GROOMING by Appointment. Please call Jo on 01782 312824 for further details.

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Offering a range of fine fresh food all locally produced

Come along and visit our newly opened farm Shop All local produce including: Jams/Preserves Fresh fruit and vegetables Specialist Meats Pies, Bread and Cakes Eggs, Milk/Cream

Open 7 days a week Tuesday-Saturday 9am-5.30pm Monday 10am-5.30pm Sunday 10am-3pm Free parking facility

Tel: 01782 312824 Bolton gate farm Leek Road, Weston Coyney, Stoke On Trent ST3 5BD www.boltongatesaddlery.co.uk

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HEALTH Hay fever Hay fever (seasonal allergic rhinitis) is a very common allergic reaction to pollen which is estimated to affect more than 10 million people in the UK. It usually begins in childhood and is more common if there is a family history of allergies, particularly asthma or eczema. Hay fever can reduce a sufferer’s productivity at school or work; whilst no cure is available, the symptoms can be minimised. Pollen is a fine powder which plants release during their reproductive cycle; it contains proteins which can cause the cells or the lining of the nose and eyes to release histamine. This then creates inflammation and irritation of the nose, eyes, sinuses and throat. The allergy can be caused by tree pollen released during spring, grass

pollen released in late spring and early summer (the commonest cause of hay fever) or weed pollen released between early spring and late autumn. Symptoms include itchy eyes, sneezing and a runny or blocked nose and can sometimes lead to sinusitis. Many people find that their symptoms improve as they get older. Ideally, sufferers should try and avoid pollen but this is sometimes impractical. Treatment is either by antihistamine which can help prevent the allergic reaction or by taking corticosteroids which can reduce the swelling and inflammation. Many products are available from your local pharmacy over the counter but some sufferers will require prescription only medication from their GP. Medication can

be in tablet form, nasal sprays or eye drops or sometimes several may need to be used concurrently. Always seek professional advice. More severe cases of allergic rhinitis not responding to medication may benefit from allergen immunotherapy but this can take a very long time to improve symptoms. Hay fever sufferers can help themselves but taking basic precautions during the spring and summer months. When there is a very high pollen count of over 50, try to stay indoors. Change clothes and shower after being outdoors and prevent pollen getting into your eyes by wearing wraparound sunglasses. Have a good summer! Phoebe Hodge

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PROPERTY The Valuation Trap Here is a problem I am often faced with these days. A sale is agreed and everyone is happy. Then the buyer’s mortgage lender put in their own valuation and it is below the agreed sale price; this can cause the sale to fall through. Why does this happen? I put in a fair valuation based on my experience of the local property market and normally the buyer and the vendor have gone through several rounds of negotiation. What does the mortgage lender know that we don’t? The answer is that the lender’s valuation is often done by someone who hasn’t been within 100 miles of the property in question. They use a pricing model that is based on a range

of data including property type, location, age and historical sales data, both for that property and others nearby. It so happens that there is a house pricing model that anyone can access on the Zoopla website. I put it to the test. To start with I put in the addresses of five houses I have sold in the last eight years. In two out of five cases the date and the value of the last sale was wrong by a considerable margin; not a good start. Then I entered the details of five houses I had valued recently. In three cases the Zoopla valuation was reasonably close to mine but there was a huge variation in the other two. A house I valued at £420,000 was valued by Zoopla

USEFUL PHONE NUMBERS Staffordshire Police General Enquiries (non-emergency)

0300 123 4455

Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service General Enquiries 08451 22 11 55 Free Home Fire Risk Check (freephone)

0800 0241 999

University Hospital of North Staffordshire (UHNS) 01782 715444 Stafford Hospital

01785 257731

NHS Patient Advice & Liaison Services (PALS) Stoke on Trent (freephone) 0800 783 2865 North Staffordshire 0800 030 4563 (freephone)

at £525,000, despite the fact that an identical house next door sold for £410,000 six months ago. A recently renovated Georgian townhouse that I felt was worth £410,000 was valued at £265,000 by Zoopla, even though the vendor has already had an offer of £400,000. To base lending decisions on pricing models that are so unreliable is clearly not just stupid, it is dangerous. It is time that mortgage lenders started listening to the market. Craig Brown Estate Agent

NHS Direct

0845 4647

Staffordshire County Council

0300 111 8000

Stoke-on-Trent City Council

01782 234567

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council

0345 605 3010

Jobcentre Plus

0800 055 6688

The Pension Service (part of the Dept. for Work & Pensions)

0845 60 60 265

deals with benefits for people 60 and over

RSPCA

0300 123 45 55

National Rail Enquiries

0845 748 4950

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Airport Transfers & Private Hire (UK) Trade Locally Blythe Bridge Tel: 01782 392355 P29 Airport Transfers (Overseas) Speedy Travel O1983 526884

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Bathrooms Trentham Bathrooms 07887520939

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Blinds & Curtains Chantelle Blinds Longton: 01782 599529

P29

Curtains Up: Oakamoor 01538 702201

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Victoria Carpets Meir: 08000264313

P23

Building Repairs Kev Wotto Meir: 01782 333379 Business Parks

Car Repairs & Servicing P14

Marks Service Centre - Cresswell 07976728331 P12 Carpets & Flooring DFW Flooring Whitebridge Stone: 01785 818772

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Victoria Carpets Meir: 08000264313

P23

Car Valeting ID Valeting Blythe Bridge 07775830587

Funtastic Entertainments 01782 251778

Keys Estate Agents Blythe Bridge 01782 399911

Cleaners (Domestic)

Farm Shop

Deb Domestics SOT 07525 168140

Bolton Gate, Weston Coyney 01782 312824

Domestic Appliance Repairs

Foot Care

Fenton Domestics Longton 07787881150

Mobile Foot Clinic 01782 926223

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Drama Tuition Hannah – Meir Hay 07964453882

P 12

Drives & Forecourts P6

Stone Landscapes Stone 01785 817180

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Childrens` Daycare Raindrops Nursery Blythe Bridge 07761910354 P18

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P21

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Harry Dawson Longton 01782 313428

P40

Furniture Retailers Westbridge Factory Outlet Meir Park 01782 310267 P24 & P25 Gardening C & D Tree Services Stone 01785 615351

P7

T.B. Garden Maintanence Draycott 07742 379411

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Garden Co Uttoxeter 01889 508718

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Green Thumb – Stoke on Trent 01782 824549

P3

Mount Nurseries, Spot Gate 01889 505627 P4 & P5

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Neil Taylor Tree Surgeon Stone 07528 938 126

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S W Clarke Ltd - Blythe Bridge 07725415934 P39

Paradise Nurseries Winnothdale 01538 722566

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SL Servicing Lawnmowers Stone 01785 815585 P8

Hannah – Meir Hay 07964453882

P12

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P40

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Staybrite Driveways 01782 321672

Videodays Meir Park 01782 388120

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French Polishing

Electrical Goods P45

AA Silencers Cheadle 01538 752345

Estate Agents

DVD & Games Rental P17

Imex – Fenton 07855 807032

Childrens Entertainment

Modern Engraving SOT 01782 849055

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P11

Groundwork X-Cavate Ltd Tean. 01538 722526

P8

Hair & Beauty

Body Shop 07946173367

Print & Design Services

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Leaflets Ltd Blythe Bridge 01782 392355

Locksmiths

Printers & Cartridges Etc

Lock Around the Clock Blythe Bridge 01782 392245

Lasersave SOT 01782 746204

P33

Mobile Telephones

P34

Mobile Trader SOT 01782 331771 Motorcycle Service and Repairs

Holiday Cottages

Peter Jenkinson Tean 01538 724691 P17

Home PC Services Click It Hixon Staffs 01889 270024

P11

Insurance Insure2go - Trentham 01782 911323

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In Car Ent, Phones etc Matrix Cheadle 01538 757482 Icebeat Fenton 01782 323500

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P13

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P31

Mr C`s Blythe Bridge 07825 391205

Tenerife Accommodation 01782 392355

Whitebridge Tiles Stone 01785 818570

Plumbing & Heating

Lesley Goodall Tean 01538 724259

Kev Wotto Meir 01782 333379

P17

Woofs & Whiskers 01782 323331 `

Aqua Tight – Bentilee 01782 213325

P21

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ASLK - Yarnfield Stone 07971 077283

P21

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P27

Wedding Venues The Heath House Tean 01538 723944

Kennels & Cattery

P40

Ovilash (Indian) Stone 01785 813137

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P17

P18

Takeaways

Pest Control

Fords of Blythe Bridge 01782 302125

P8

Smokers Requisites and Gifts

Tiles

Pet Foods & Accessories

Leaflets Ltd Blythe Bridge 01782 392355

Skip Hire

Big Meal (Chinese) Meir 01782 317399

Paintball, Quads, Shooting

Longton Jewellers 01782 320382

P12

Ovilash (Indian) Stone 01785 813137

X-Cavate Ltd Tean. 01538 722526

Office Rental

Jewellers P11

P11

Sarah Thirlwall Clarinet Rough Close 07706652225 P12

Ashcroft Park Bramshall 01889 502508

Restaurants

The Mill Stone 01785 818456

Musical Tuition

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P46

Indulgence Bistro Uttoxeter 01889 568064

Country Lodge Dairy Meir Park 01782 399880

Me Times – Blythe Bridge 01782 388838

Please Call Accommodation Shop Blythe Bridge 01782 392355

P11

Milkmen

Goodfellaz Barbers Meir Heath: 07531 895882 The Hair Room Blythe Bridge: 01782 388838

Local Marketing

P32

Weight Loss Flabelos – Videodays Meir Park 01782 388120 P16 St Clare`s Meir Park Emma 07771808395 Zoological Park Blackbrook Zoo Park Winkhill Leek 01538 308293 P30

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