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Chillout : Free Activities for 13 - 17 year olds

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Riverside Recreation Centre, South Walls, Stafford ST16 3AA (t) 01785 619565 (f) 01785 619022

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

STONE

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Alleyne's Sport Centre, Oulton Road, Stone ST15 8DR (t) 01785 815715 (f) 01785 817586

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SPORTS HALL 1 10.00am - 10.30am registration for activities at the Chillout desk

SPORTS HALL 1 10.30am - 12.00pm & 12.30pm - 2.00pm graffiti art name boards 10.30am - 2.00pm circus skills, inflatable human demolition zone

SPORTS HALL 2 10.30am - 11.30pm *football 11.30pm - 12.30pm **football 1.00pm - 2.00pm girls football

SQUASH COURTS 1 & 2 10.30am - 2.00pm table tennis free play

SPORTS HALL 1 10.00am - 10.30am registration for activities at the Chillout desk

SPORTS HALL 1 10.30am - 12.00pm & 12.30pm - 2.00pm art workshop 10.30am - 2.00pm temporary tattoos, nail art, rodeo bull, gladiator duel

SPORTS HALL 2 10.30am - 11.30pm *football 11.30pm - 12.30pm **football 1.00pm - 2.00pm girls football

SQUASH COURTS 1 & 2 10.30am - 2.00pm table tennis free play

SPORTS HALL 1 10.00am - 10.30am registration for activities at the Chillout desk

SPORTS HALL 1 10.30am - 12.00pm & 12.30pm - 2.00pm graffiti art name boards 10.30am - 2.00pm trampolining, glass and crockery painting, badminton

SPORTS HALL 2 10.30am - 11.30pm *football 11.30pm - 12.30pm **football 1.00pm - 2.00pm girls football

SQUASH COURTS 1 & 2 10.30am - 2.00pm table tennis free play

SPORTS HALL 1 10.00am - 10.30am registration for activities at the Chillout desk

SPORTS HALL 1 10.30am - 12.00pm & 12.30pm - 2.00pm art workshop 10.30am - 2.00pm casualty make-up, twin peaks inflatable challenge, badminton

SPORTS HALL 2 10.30am - 11.30pm *football 11.30pm - 12.30pm **football 1.00pm - 2.00pm girls football

SQUASH COURTS 1 & 2 10.30am - 2.00pm table tennis free play

RECEPTION 10.00am - 10.30am registration for activities at the Chillout desk

SPORTS HALL 10.30am - 12.00pm & 12.20pm - 2.00pm graffiti art name boards 10.30pm - 2.00pm trampolining, casualty make-up, nail art , twin peaks inflatable challenge

ASTROTURF 10.30am - 11.30pm *football 11.30am - 12.30pm **football 1.00pm - 2.00pm girls football

SQUASH COURTS 1 & 2 10.30am - 2.00pm squash free play 11.30am - 12.30pm & 12.30pm - 2.00pm breakdancing

APPLICATION FORM

Your form must be completed in full and handed in on the first day that you attend Chillout!

Chillout is a programme of activities open to 13-17 year olds this February half term. There will be workshops & taster sessions across a variety of activities from sports and dance, to drama, art & even pure Chillout! All sessions will be led by fully qualified and experienced tutors & are FREE.

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year olds ES for 13 - 1720 FREE ACTIVITI uary 08 11th - 15th Febr a variety of

WHERE TO GO AND WHEN TO BE THERE!

Chillout will be running from Monday 11th Thursday 14th February at Riverside Recreation Centre in Stafford and on Friday 15th February at Alleyne's Sports Centre in Stone.

POSTCODE TEL. Home / Emergency

I do not wish to receive information about future leisure courses and activities Have you been on a sports development course before?

Yes

FITNESS STUDIO 11.00am - 12.00pm introduction to cheerleading

BAR 10.30am - 2.00pm Chillout room

FITNESS STUDIO 10.30am - 12.00pm & 12.30pm - 2.00pm breakdancing

BAR 10.30am - 2.00pm Chillout room

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BAR 10.30am - 2.00pm Chillout room

POOL 1.00pm - 2.00pm canoeing

TRAINING ROOM 10.30am - 2.00pm Chillout room

POOL 1.00pm - 2.00pm Swimming

behave safely at IN THE POOL All young people must asked to leave all times. If you do not, you will be stated ONLY. the pool. Swimming times are as strict no alcohol or DRUGS & ALCOHOL There will be a who is suspected drugs policy over the week. Anyone of alcohol or of carrying or being under the influence All activities are We accept run on a first come drugs will be asked to leave the premises. basis, so please choose to come early to avoid first served no responsibility for individuals who Please wear suitabl disappointmen t! consume either substance. e trainers and comfor clothing for all activities e.g. table clothes. Refresh available for purchas for your own BELONGINGS You must be responsible e throughout the ments are for any day. belongings. We accept no responsibility Stafford Boroug building. Please h Council does belongings that are brought into the not accept liability for loss, damage value to you. or theft of persona do not bring any items which are of There WILL NOT l belongings. be safe skateboards, mobile storage available for bikes, phones etc. Please note informa tion was correct going to print. at time of Dates and events may change due to circums tances beyond our control.

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POOL 1.00pm - 2.00pm swimming

POOL 1.00pm - 2.00pm canoeing

INFLATABLES Riverside & Sports Hall @ Alleyn

The Bar @ Riverside & Training Room @ Stone Meet up with friends, listen to music & play Playstation games > plus many other activities.

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T3 will be in the Chillout Room to offer advice on alcohol and drug related issues. The support that they they give is free and confidential (which means you won’t tell anyone any details about you unless someone say they can). If you are worried about with that else who is using, they can help you deal to your too. They can tell you the harm being done out why body, help you cut down your use and find you might be using.

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HAIR FLAIR

The Chillout Room @ Riverside

S CIRCUS SKILL Riverside

Fancy learning how to put up your hair in a funky style or even have your hair put up for you. A qualified hairdresser will be on hand to teach you the tricks of the trade when it comes to hair care.

@ Sports Hall 1 juggling, plate skills such as the Try out circus o and short stilts under . spinning, diabol entertainers of professional supervision

NAIL ART

Sports Hall 1 @ Riverside & Sports Hall @ Alleyne’s Give your nails a new and funky look or practice your technique s on your friends!

Black or Black British

MAKE UP

The Chillout Room @ Riverside Learn how to maximise your look beauty techniques. Experimen using the latest t with different colours and shades to create your perfect look.

Mixed Heritage Other [please specify]

565 or Call 01785 619 details! t for pick up a leafle

physically fit to take part in the activity and am aware that photos may be taken for marketing purposes*. SIGNED

[PARENT / GUARDIAN]

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INTRODUCTION TO CHEERLEADING

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Join in with this new and different form of dance. Learn the basic steps and routines involved in this introductory class. These sessions are aimed at beginners.

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GRAFFITI WORKSHOPS

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Sports Hall 1 @ Riverside & The Hall @ Stone With a choice of workshops, you are sure to find something that you enjoy at these graffiti workshops. Name boards, baseball caps and t-shirts are the choices of workshops on offer so that you can design away with the expert help of our graffiti artist. At the end of the day, you can take your design home with you!

HAIR FLAIR The Chillout Room @ Riverside Fancy learning how to put up your hair in a funky style or even have your hair put up for you. A hairdresser will be on hand to teach you the tricks of the trade when it comes to putting up your hair. NAIL ART The Range @ Riversi de The beauticians from Stafford Colleg available to give your nails a makeo e will be Brighten up your nails with some ver. Art or just treat trendy Nail yourself to a manicure.

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GRAFFITI WORKSHOPS

Sports Hall 1 @ Riverside & Sports Hall @ Alleyne’s Why not put your name down for one of the graffiti sessions and learn how to design and spray your own name board. Then at the end of the day you can take your name board home with you!

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IN THE POOL

Swimming Pool @ Riverside and Alleyne's Swimming will take place from 1pm to 2pm on Wednesday at Riverside and Friday at Alleyne's. Bring your own swimwear and towel and take a dip in the pool.

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BADMINTON, Sports @ Riverside Squash Courts TABLE TENNIS, Courts @ Riverside & Alleyne’s SQUASH, Squash reflexes and agility in Develop your speed, your skills against your these sports; practice for a few tips! our staff friends or ask

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Swimming Pool @ Riverside Qualified instructors will teach you the basic techniques of the sport. You must be able to swim a length of the pool at Riverside. Don’t forget your swimming kit!

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IN THE POOL

DISCO FRIDAY!

INFLATABLE FUN

Sports Hall 1 @ Riverside and The Sports Hall @ Stone Velcro Wall > Put on your Velcro covered suit, then run, jump, spring and try to stick yourself as high up the Velcro covered wall as you can – upside down if you like! Bungee Run > Strap on the bungee harness and see how far you can run before the bungee cord thrusts you back up the inflatable lane. Bungee Eliminator > Each player starts from the centre and has to retrieve the batons, one at a time from the end of the bungee run while being pulled back by the bungee rope attached to his/her partner. Great tactical fun! Surf and Snowboard Simulator > Hit the waves without getting cold or wet. A great balance challenge for everyone. Pillow Bash > Try and bash your opponent off the bar with a pillow onto the soft inflatable below. Football Speed Gauge > Take a penalty with as much effort as you can and have your speed recorded. Then have another go and see if you can beat it!

Swimming Pool @ Riverside Swimming will take place each day from 1pm2pm at Riverside Sports Centre for 13-17 year olds. Bring your own swimwear and towel and take a dip in the pool.

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STONE TIMETABLE

Chicago Rock Café, Stafford End the week with a disco at Chicago Rock Café! You can dance the end of a great week away to the latest music from the DJs at Chicago Rock.

Stone Youth and Community Education Centre, Station Road, Stone ST15 8ER. Telephone 01785 619565. Stone is offering a range of sporting and recreational activities for 13 - 17 year olds to enjoy. Registration is between 4.00pm and 4.30pm at the side entrance. Friday is party day with a disco at Chicago Rock Café in Stafford, transport details will be provided.

CHILLOUT ROOM

The Bar @ Riverside & The Lounge @ Stone Meet up with friends, watch videos, & play Playstation games > plus many other activities.

TUESDAY

ADSIS (Alcohol and Drugs Service in Staffordshire) will be in the Chillout Room to offer advice on alcohol and drug related issues. The support that they give is free and confidential (which means they won’t tell anyone any details about you unless you say they can). If you are worried about someone else who is using, they can help you deal with that too. They can tell you the harm being done to your body, help you cut down your use and find out why you might be using. Connexions is a service for 1319 year olds who would like advice on getting where they want to be in life. Connexions advisors will be on hand in the Chillout Room to help you with issues such as Careers, Money, Learning, Health and Relationships. Why not pay them a visit and see if they can help you get to where you want to be in life!

WEDNESDAY

TRAMPOLINING

Riverside Why Sports Hall 1 @ trying trampolining? t and Always fancied you are on Chillou not have a go whilst pop along to the session it. Just see if you like a qualified be instructed by where you will if you enjoy it! see and coach

HALL 4.00pm - 4.30am registration for activities at the Chillout desk

BARN 4.00pm - 7.00pm football speed gauge bungee eliminator 7.00pm - 8.00pm football

HALL 4.00pm - 5.30pm graffiti art name boards 4.30pm - 5.30pm hip hop dance 6.00pm - 7.00pm hip hop dance graffiti art baseball caps 7.00pm - 8.00pm t-shirt design

LOUNGE 6.00pm - 8.00pm Chillout room

HALL 4.00pm - 4.30pm registration for activities at the Chillout desk

BARN 4.00pm - 7.00pm velcro wall bungee run 7.00pm - 8.00pm football

HALL 4.00pm - 5.30pm graffiti art name boards 4.30pm - 5.30pm hip hop dance 6.00pm - 7.00pm hip hop dance graffiti art baseball caps 7.00pm - 8.00pm t-shirt design

LOUNGE 6.00pm - 8.00pm Chillout room

HALL 4.00pm - 4.30pm registration for activities at the Chillout desk

BARN 4.00pm - 7.00pm pillow bash, ski & snowboard simulator 7.00pm - 8.00pm football

HALL 4.00pm - 5.30pm graffiti art name boards 4.30pm - 5.30pm hip hop dance 6.00pm - 7.00pm hip hop dance graffiti art baseball caps 7.00pm - 8.00pm t-shirt design

LOUNGE 6.00pm - 8.00pm Chillout room

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THURSDAY

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Sports Hall 1 @ Riverside Think you’re the next up and coming artist? This Workshop will give you the opportunity to create small works of art for you to show to all your family and friends. Experienced and qualified tutors will help you with your designs!

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APPLICATION FORM Return this form to: Sports Development, Stafford Borough Council, Civic Centre, Riverside, Stafford ST16 3AQ.

CHILLOUT IS BACK 13 - 17 year olds 11th - 15th February 2008

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FOOTBALL JEWELLERY MAKING

The Bar @ Riverside Try out a new workshop for Chillout 2008! Create your own jewellery for you and your friends to take home. Sessions will be led by skilled and experienced tutors.

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DAY ON ARRIVAL EVERYBODY MUST CHECK IN EACH - 10.30am. Riverside and Alleynes check-in 10.00am 1.00pm. Swimming and canoeing check-in

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squash free play

www.chillout-yo

Chillout REGISTRATION All young people attending form must register either in advance [application abide by the attached] or on the day & agree to be signed by a Code of Conduct. This form MUST be allowed entry parent / guardian before you will activities. to any Chillout

jewellery making

FITNESS STUDIO 11.00am - 12.00pm introduction to cheerleading

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SERIOUS STUFF

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POOL 1.00pm - 2.00pm swimming

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Staffordshire Youth Service offers you a great chance to do things that you would not normally do. Through our activities you will meet new peoYouth ple, learn new skills and have some fun. Your the Worker is also there to offer support through 11-19 good times and the bad. If you are between years old, check us out in your area.

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Squash Courts @ Riverside Develop your speed and agility game of squash by learning the . Just go ahead or ask one of and have a game our staff for a few pointers!

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FRIDAY

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CHICAGO ROCK CAFE 2.00pm - 5.00pm come and dance away at our end of week chillout party

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SPORT ACROSS

Badminton

Cricket

MATT HANSON

JASON BRITTON

Badminton Development Officer, Badminton England

Cricket Development Manager, Staffordshire Cricket

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STAFFORDSHIRE

EMAIL

07825 981 924 matthanson@badmintonengland.co.uk

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ANNUAL REPORT

Achievements

Strategic Planning, Programme Management, Performance Management, Effective and Transparent Governance

Uttoxeter Badminton Club achieved Premier Club Status Barton Badminton Club achieved Premier Club status for their senior club

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Achievements

Dominies, Trentham Juniors and Stafford are working towards the Premier Club standard

Staffordshire Cricket surpassed its initial targets via the ECB’s Improvement Planning Process, enabling the board to draw down its full funding potential

Successful Badminton Bonanza held in Norton Canes with over 70 participants

2007 - 2008

The number of Clubmark clubs has risen to 29 with a number of other clubs currently working towards accreditation. Over 1000 hours of coaching has taken place within schools with over 3000 children participating - 23% of those participants were from BME communities and 46% were girls

4 new school club links put in place and 7 new after school clubs started In the first year of the National Inter-School Championships after a successful pilot, a total of 25 schools in Staffordshire entered with approximately 250 school children participating

45 Clubs registered for Natwest Cricket Force The County’s Coach Education Programme continued to develop and was held up as an example of good practice across the region. Over 220 people attended coaching courses

10 secondary schools and 10 primary schools involved in development activities leading up to the All England Championships with 3 of these schools invited to attend a development day at the championships

19 young cricketers are registered with first class academies

A Community Badminton Coach has been appointed and has started working with schools in the South Staffordshire and Stafford and Stone SSPs

Girls and Women’s Cricket continued to flourish. The County Women’s team competed in the Liverpool and Victoria National League Division 3. The u17s reached the ECB National Final at Taunton losing out to Kent in a close match - the first time a non-first class county had reached the final. The u15s won their league. Danielle Wyatt and Georgia Elwiss represented England U21 at the European Championships in Holland

A consortium of clubs in East Staffordshire has been successful in their application to become a BADMINTON England Performance Centre Staffordshire player Tracey Hallam won the English National Doubles title

The u13 boys became the first non-first class county team to win the National Age Group Cup, going on to receive the Junior Team of the Year Award at the BBC Midlands Sports Award. Jack Manuel was the leading run scorer in the ECB national competition at u17 level

Plans for the next 12 months Identify and establish two Community Badminton Networks (CBNs) across Staffordshire

Plans for the next 12 months

Identify a Premier club to be central to each CBN as well continuing to support clubs working towards Premier Club Accreditation

01 Tracy Hallam

07827 307 745 jason.britton@ecb.co.uk

Staffordshire Cricket has continued to develop in all facets. The Strategic Plan for Cricket in Staffordshire is in place and aims to continuously improve the programmes, structures and processes to develop cricket in the county. The introduction of the ECB’s Improvement Planning Process (IPP) which provides an assessment framework for county cricket boards’ Operational Management Groups and their action planning, has led to a number of operational, structural and process changes. Staffordshire Cricket has met and will continue to meet the challenges of developing a dynamic game through its core roles and responsibilities:-

At the end of November 2007 Matt was appointed as the new Staffordshire Badminton Development Officer replacing Rachel Bayley who is now the West Midlands Regional Manager. Since his appointment he has continued Rachel’s work and will develop this further in the next 12 months. Another change at BADMINTON England in the past year has seen George Wood appointed as head of development and along with this has come a new development work programme for 2008/2009.

AND STOKE-ON-TRENT

Coach Education courses planned

Set up “Pay and Play” sessions in each CBN for those people wishing to play without the commitment of joining a club

5 x UKCC1 and 4 x UKCC2

Identify a hub school and 4 network schools within each CBN and work with SSPs to make sure badminton is being delivered within and outside the curriculum

1 x ECB coach conversion course 6 x Cricket Development Workshops Clubmark accredited clubs increase to 35 with approved development plans

Deliver participation projects targeting specific groups within each CBN

Deliver a county volunteer recognition event

Deliver a county-wide coach education programme which meets demand and serves the needs of the CBNs

Further promote Natwest Cricket Force

Support the establishment of a the East Staffordshire Performance Centre

Development of detailed workforce and facilities strategies Partnership with Staffordshire University to further develop the Elite Player Programme; expert support in the field of nutrition, lifestyle management, sports psychology, strength and fitness conditioning

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Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Annual Report 2007 - 2008

www.sportacrossstaffordshire.co.uk

CONTACTS Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent County Sports Partnership would like to thank Partners for their contributions to this Annual Report

SPORT ACROSS STAFFORDSHIRE AND STOKE-ON-TRENT

www.sportacrossstaffordshire.co.uk

Stafford Borough Council, Civic Centre, Riverside, Stafford ST16 3AQ

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www.sportacrossstaffordshire.co.uk Partnership Director MARK THORNEWILL tel 01785 619 896 mobile 07800 619 896 email mthornewill@staffordbc.gov.uk Sports Manager JANE KRACKE tel 01785 619 187 mobile 07800 619 187 email jkracke@staffordbc.gov.uk Active Recreation Manager WENDY ANDERSON tel 01785 619 695 mobile 07800 619 695 email wanderson@staffordbc.gov.uk Workforce Development Officer BEN HOLLANDS tel 01785 619 317 mobile 07812 351 083 email bhollands@staffordbc.gov.uk Club and PESSCL Development Officer CHRIS TURNER

A Annual Report 60pp A4

tel email

01785 619 695 kwebster@staffordbc.gov.uk

Administrative Officer LEIGH MORTON

tel email

01785 619 349 lmorton@staffordbc.gov.uk

tel email

01785 278 266 clive.jones@staffordshire.gov.uk

tel email

tel email

01782 294 923 p.ryan@staffs.ac.uk

PRIMARY CARE TRUSTS Stoke-on-Trent SIU-ANN PANG Senior Health Improvement Specialist - Obesity

Research and Marketing Officer NAOMI BIRD

tel 01785 619 585 mobile 07800 619 843 email nbird@staffordbc.gov.uk

South Staffordshire JO ROBINS

01782 298 182 email siu-ann.pang@stokepct.nhs.uk tel

tel email

01889 571 700 jo.robins@southstaffspct.nhs.uk

tel email

01782 200 729 tracey.humphries@acns.org.uk

South Staffordshire Dawn Jackson Sports Development Manager tel email

01543 312 135 dawn.jackson@acsouthstaffs.org.uk

tel email

01785 279 828 kevin.staples@staffordshirefa.com

tel 01785 854 595 mobile 07773 791 118 email chris.kirkland@staffordshire.gov.uk

tel email

07718 980 510 phil.yetzes@englandhockey.org

mobile 07921 699 654 email carlyb@englandnetball.co.uk Rugby TOM BARTRAM Staffordshire Rugby Development Officer, Rugby Football Union

Women’s Rugby RACHEL SCOTT Women’s Rugby Administrator, Rugby Football Union

Swimming SHEILA MCLEOD Swimming Development Officer, West Midland Swimming mobile 01785 619 693 email smcleod@stafford.gov.uk

VANESSA DARLINGTON Stoke-on-Trent 2012 Olympic Coodinator

tel email

Cannock Chase PAUL SMITH Sports Development Manager

tel email

01543 462 621 paulrsmith@cannockchasedc.gov.uk

tel email

01283 505 914 liam.rooney@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk

tel email

01782 742 615 lucy.taylor@newcastle-staffs.gov.uk

01902 696 533 m.jenkinson@sstaffs.gov.uk

Stafford JENNY MOORE Senior Sport and Physical Activity Development Officer tel email

01785 619 565 jmoore@staffordbc.gov.uk

Staffordshire Moorlands TONY WHEAT Sports Development Officer

tel email

01538 483 731 anthony.wheat@staffsmoorlands. gov.uk

Stoke-on-Trent ANDREW HEAWARD Sports Development Manager

East Staffordshire LIAM ROONEY Sports Development Officer

01782 236 156 vanessa.darlington@stoke.gov.uk

LOCAL AUTHORITIES

tel email

South Staffordshire MARK JENKINSON Community Development Officer (Sport)

tel email

01782 238 866 andrew.heaward@stoke.gov.uk

Tamworth KAREN MOSS Sports Development Manager

Lichfield SARAH SLEIGH Sports Development Officer

mobile 07764 166 114 email sarah.sleigh@lichfielddc.gov.uk

SPORT ENGLAND WEST MIDLANDS

Athletics CATHERINE PENDLEBURY Athletics Development Officer, England Athletics

Newcastle-under-Lyme LUCY TAYLOR Sports Development Officer

01509 631 699 s.johnson@volleyballengland.org

2012 Games CHRIS KIRKLAND Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Co-ordinator for the 2012 Games

mobile 07970 679 357 email rachel@rmssportsconsultants.co.uk

tel email

Hockey PHIL YETZES Regional Development Officer, England Hockey

mobile 07841 156 806 email tombartram@rfu.com

SPORT SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS

01782 235 706 marie.jenkins@stoke.gov.uk

Staffordshire University DR PAUL A RYAN Executive Board Member

Stoke-on-TrentCommunity Services MARIE JENKINS Acting Health and Funding Development Manager

08456 026 772 ext.1523 jacqueline.small@northstafford shire.nhs.uk

Volleyball STUART JOHNSON National Club Development Officer, Volleyball England

Netball CARLY BEACH Regional Manager, England Netball

North Staffordshire Tracey Humphries Sports Development Manager

Staffordshire County Council Children and Lifelong Learning Services CLIVE JONES School Improvement Officer for PE and Active Lifestyles

tel email

AGE CONCERN

EDUCATION

tel 01785 619 681 mobile 07800 619 681 email cturner@staffordbc.gov.uk

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NHS North Staffordshire JACQUELINE SMALL Head of Health Improvement, Public Health Directorate

Acting Education and Training Officer KAM WEBSTER

Girls’ and Women’s Football KEVIN STAPLES Girls’ and Women’s Football Development Officer, Staffordshire FA

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tel email

01827 709 316 karen-moss@tamworth.gov.uk

STEVE TOWN Regional Director

tel 01785 619 606 mobile 07800 619 841 email cpendlebury@staffordbc.gov.uk

tel email

02072 731 792 steve.town@sportengland.org

Badminton MATT HANSON Badminton Development Officer, Badminton England mobile 07825 981 924 email mhanson@badmintonengland.co.uk Cricket JASON BRITTON Cricket Development Manager, Staffordshire Cricket mobile 07827 307745 email jason.britton@ecb.co.uk

Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Annual Report 2007 - 2008

B Examples of internal pages

www.sportacrossstaffordshire.co.uk

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C Examples of booklets and leaflets, maintaining the brand identity

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Heritage Print

A

B

C

D THE JACOBEAN TREE OF LIFE At the Ancient High House,

A Fold out leaflet for Museum sites

B Examples of internal pages

C Exhibition leaflets

D Examples of internal pages


General Flyers

A

A Examples of flyers/postcards

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Brand Identity

A spa body treatments

reception opening times Clay Body Mask

Body Polish A 10 minute steam bath starts this treatment, then a natural sea salt is applied. This provides perfect exfoliation, eliminating dead skin cells, smoothing roughness and refining the skin’s texture. Shower available in the area. Treatment time 45 minutes [full body]

£20.00

The above treatment can be incorporated with: Massage with Essential Oil

Treatment time 60 minutes [full body]

£25.00

Body polish and essential oil massage

£40.00

The body is then wrapped in an electric blanket and allowed to rest for 20 minutes. To finish, shower the body and moisturiser is applied. Treatment time 90 minutes [full body]

£45.00

BEAUTY SALON

OPEN MON 9.30am - 6.00pm | TUE 9.00am - 5.00pm | WED 9.00am - 5.30pm THU 9.00am - 6.00pm | FRI 8.30am - 4.00pm | SAT 9.00am - 1.30pm

PANTONE 7530

Bodytonic Beauty Salon at Stafford Leisure Centre For bookings telephone 01785 619 036

This indulgent wrap creates a truly relaxing environment. Essential oils of sweet orange, ylang ylang, mint, rosemary and camphor provide a total sense of wellbeing relieving tension as well as deep cleaning and detoxifying the skin.

Treatment time 60 minutes [full body]

A soothing treatment for the back. A steam bath warms the body in preparation for the application of warm paraffin mud - an ideal treatment for relaxing tired muscles. Treatment time 45 minutes [full body]

BEAUTY SALON

Bodytonic Beauty Salon at Stafford Leisure Centre Lammascote Road | Stafford ST16 3TA Telephone 01785 619 036 | www.staffordleisurecentre.co.uk

Treatments can be booked outside these times at the therapist’s discretion. Late cancellations and missed appointments may incur a cancellation charge. Clients arriving late for an appointment may be required to forfeit part of their treatment.

£15.00 bodytonic gift vouchers are available at reception

appointments

Swedish Massage A relaxing deep tissue massage to ease muscular stiffness, aches and pains. Will improve circulation, condition of the skin and muscle function as well as relaxing the body and mind. Optional free 10 minute steam bath available with this treatment - must be booked in advance. Clients must wear a bathing costume. Treatment time 30 minutes

£12.00

Treatment time 60 minutes

£21.00

time

date

time

date

time

date

time

date Any cancellations not made the day before your appointment will incur a statutory charge.

This treatment incorporates the Mini Facial and 30 minutes body massage. Treatment time 60 minutes

£22.00 Bodytonic Beauty Salon at Stafford Leisure Centre Lammascote Road | Stafford ST16 3TA Telephone 01785 619 036 | www.staffordleisurecentre.co.uk

£25.00 All information correct at time of going to print [April 2008].

hair removal

hand, nail and foot care

Full leg, under arm and bikini wax

£27.00

Express Manicure

Half leg, under arm and bikini wax

£21.00

Shaping of nails, cuticle tidy, exfoliant, base coat applied.

Full leg wax

£16.75

30 minutes

£6.00

£14.50

Express Pedicure

£10.00

Shaping of nails, cuticle tidy, foot bath, exfoliant, clear top coat applied. You may bring your own coloured varnish to be applied.

Bikini wax

£6.50

Under arm wax

£6.00

Facial wax

45 minutes

£8.00

Incorporates the Mini Facial plus exfoliation to brighten and stimulate the skin, then a facial massage with bees wax and soothing agents leaving the skin nourished and refreshed.

Eye lash tint*

£7.50

Eye brow tint*

£5.00

Full back wax

£17.00

Eye lash tint and eye brow tint*

£10.00

Brings relief from pressures and tension helping the body to stand and move more freely, also relieves eyestrain and headaches, improving concentration. Consultation time 15 minutes Treatment time 45 minutes

£20.00

Reflexology

£5.00 £10.00

£17.00

Indian Head Massage

£12.00

Full Facial

eye care treatments

Eyebrow wax

Half chest wax

A relaxing and invigorating massage treatment for the back, neck, shoulders, face and scalp.

Includes a cleanse with specific ingredients for your skin type, a mask made of the highest quality ingredients, and tonic lotion to remove any residue, leaving skin fresh. Finally a moisturiser, again to suit your skin type, is applied. 30 minutes

Half back wax

Full chest wax

complementary therapies

Gently removes impurities and helps to rejuvenate and revitalise the face. Also improves blood circulation so a healthy skin texture is achieved.

£15.00

£11.50 £4.50

facials

Mini Facial

Three quarter leg wax Half leg wax

Lip wax

BEAUTY SALON

8.30am - 4.00pm 9.00am - 1.30pm

Dead Sea Paraffin Mud

A heated blanket is used to create intense sudation and also eliminate toxins. To finish, shower the excess product off [optional].

Full arm wax

facials, eye care treatments, massage, hand, nail and foot care, hair removal, reflexology, aromatherapy, indian head massage, hot stone massage, gift vouchers available

9.00am - 6.00pm

Friday Saturday

Look Good - Feel Great

Body Wrap with Essential Oils

facials, eye care treatments, massage, hand, nail and foot care, hair removal, reflexology, aromatherapy, indian head massage, hot stone massage, gift vouchers available

9.00am - 5.00pm 9.00am - 5.30pm

Thursday

£20.00

body treatments

Ultimate Detox Body Mask A steam bath starts this treatment. The body is then cleansed and exfoliated and a serum is massaged into specific areas before the body mask of mint and ancient clay crystals is applied. Rich in trace elements, the mask has cleansing and purifying properties and gives the skin suppleness, leaving it satin smooth. The presence of algae extracts stimulates cell renewal and helps with the elimination of toxins.

9.30am - 6.00pm

Tuesday Wednesday

After relaxation, shower and enjoy the steam bath again. The effects of this treatment help to detoxify the body, drawing out impurities. Treatment time 60 minutes

A massage which gives you full relaxation and calming effect obtained from the essential oils of lavender, balm mint, sweet marjoram and rosemary.

Monday

A steam bath starts this treatment. A clay mask made of specific ingredients to suit your skin type is applied to the body which is then wrapped in a heated blanket.

Eye brow shape

£11.50

£23.00

60 minutes

£5.00 A cleanse, tone and exfoliating procedure starts this treatment. A serum is selected which contains a high concentrate of ingredients specific to your skin’s needs. A facial massage is carried out and a unique modelling mask is applied which is deeply hydrating, restoring radiance and suppleness to the skin. After 20 minutes this is peeled away and a suitable moisturiser is applied. £40.00

90 minutes

OPEN MON 9.30am - 6.00pm | TUE 9.00am - 5.00pm | WED 9.00am - 5.30pm THU 9.00am - 6.00pm | FRI 8.30am - 4.00pm | SAT 9.00am - 1.30pm

Aids the body to rebalance itself, promoting physical, mental and emotional well-being. Consultation time 15 minutes

Deluxe Facial * A patch test is required 24 hours prior to your first treatment. Please remove eye make up before a lash tint.

An amazingly relaxing treatment, applying gentle pressure to specific points on the feet to clear the vital energy pathways that can become blocked due to the stresses and strains of life.

Treatment time 60 minutes

£25.00

Aromatherapy Massage A personalised massage treatment to relieve medical and psychological conditions or simply for pleasure. Using essential oils blended to individual needs, the massage includes full body and face. Consultation time 15 minutes Treatment time 60 minutes

£32.00

Specific Facial This is a deep cleansing facial that starts with an ozone steam, which has healing effects on congested lifeless skin. This increases blood circulation and so improves skin conditions. A Mini Facial with exfoliation is included in this treatment to suit your skin type.

Bodytonic Beauty Salon at Stafford Leisure Centre For bookings please telephone 01785 619 036 Lammascote Road | Stafford ST16 3TA | www.staffordleisurecentre.co.uk

£18.00

40 minutes

Hot Stone Massage A truly holistic experience - stone therapy concentrates on the use of warm basalt stones, which are used in massage for their decongesting effect on muscular and nervous tension and their positive effect on toxin elimination. Treatment time 60 minutes

Please note contact lenses and eye make up must be removed before all facial treatments.

£32.00

Please note complementary therapies may be unsuitable for some customers, depending on their medical conditions. If you are in any doubt, please check with your doctor first.

Crèche

Training Courses

Stafford Leisure Centre Logo Guidelines

Trampoline Coaching

Swimming Lessons

0 to 5 years

The logo must be reproduced from the authorized reproductions and cannot be redrawn, re-proportioned, or modified. The logo must be used in its entirety, elements of the logo cannot be used independently. The typeface may not be changed. The logo colours may not be changed in any way. The size and spacing within the logo may not be changed.

RLSS LIFEGUARD Become a qualified lifeguard gaining the foundation module qualification. Learn lifesaving skills, basic first aid and aquatic rescue techniques, with exam-based assessment. Candidates must be able to swim a minimum of 50m and dive to a depth of 1.5m.

The electronic version may be reduced or enlarged proportionately. However the logo may not be reproduced any smaller than 3cm in width. The logo may not be screened back or used as a tint or watermark. For mono print, the entire logo must appear as solid black or white out with a colour background.

FOUNDATION PROGRAMME

RLSS ROOKIE LIFESAVER

Full colour

Mono

1

Provides candidates with the life skills of water safety and lifesaving. The programme addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum for Swimming and Water Safety; Outdoor and Adventurous Activity; Citizenship and Personal, Social and Health Education for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3. Candidates must be able to swim 50m and tread water for 1 minute.

White-out

2

Please call for further LIFESAVING CLUB details, bookings and Provides candidates with an awareness of availability of all courses. hazards associated with open water in addition Please note that all to the practical skills of rescue and self-rescue. courses take a minimum Candidates must be able to swim 25m on of 16 people. front and back, and tread water for 1 minute.

3

Lammascote Road | Stafford ST16 3TA Tel 01785 619 500 | Email slc@staffordbc.gov.uk www.staffordleisurecentre.co.uk

A

Pantone Reference

4 Colour CMYK

A

Cool Grey 10

C 0%

M 2%

Y 0%

K 60%

1 2 3

Reflex Blue Process Blue 3275 (Green)

C 100% C 100% C 95%

M 73% M 10% M 0%

Y 0% Y 0% Y 47%

K 2% K 10% K 0%

A Brand Identity for a beauty salon Leaflets, brochures, banners, vouchers etc

B Brand Identity for Stafford Leisure Centre Signage, Leaflets, brochures, banners etc

THURSDAY

Adult and baby and pre-school sessions.

Through the provision of a safe, fun environment for their children, Stafford Leisure Centre is encouraging parents to participate in the activities it offers.

OPENING TIMES Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

9.15am 9.45am 9.15am 9.45am 9.15am

-

11.05am 11.35am 11.05am 11.35am 11.05am

Lammascote Road | Stafford ST16 3TA Tel 01785 619 500 | Email slc@staffordbc.gov.uk www.staffordleisurecentre.co.uk

Stafford Leisure Centre follows the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) National Plan for Teaching Swimming (NPTS). The NPTS takes the non-swimmer on a journey, from the first splash at four months old to developing confidence and competence in the water.

STAGE

1

2

3

4

5

6

4.15pm 5.15pm 6.15pm 7.45pm

7

Develop confidence and safety in water. STAGE

8

9

10

FRIDAY

Water Polo, Diving, Competitive and Synchronised Swimming, Lifesaving, Rookie Lifeguard, Bronze Medallion, Pool Lifeguard. ADULT SWIMMING LESSONS Learn from scratch or improve skills. ONE-TO-ONE SWIMMING LESSONS Private swimming tuition for all ages. Lammascote Road | Stafford ST16 3TA Tel 01785 619 500 | Email slc@staffordbc.gov.uk www.staffordleisurecentre.co.uk

Recreational / beginner Recreational / beginner Recreational / advanced Adult

12 week course. For 7 years and over. Book your place at reception. Prices from £50.

5.30pm 6.30pm

Trampolining for all Trampolining for all

SATURDAY 9.00am 10.00am 11.00am 12.00noon

Recreational Recreational / beginner Beginner / intermediate Intermediate / advanced

Stafford Leisure Centre | Lammascote Road | Stafford ST16 3TA Telephone 01785 619 500 | Email slc@staffordbc.gov.uk www.staffordleisurecentre.co.uk | All details correct at time of going to print.


Pantomime Artwork

A

A Examples of design for Pantomime print Leaflets, brochures, banners, sweets etc

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Stafford Festival Shakespeare

A

HAMLET By William Shakespeare

Brought to you by the same critically acclaimed team that produced A Midsummer Night’s Dream and last year’s Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet as one of the Bard’s most popular tragedies, is the perfect play to commemorate Stafford Festival Shakespeare’s eighteenth anniversary year. On a dark eerie night a ghost resembling the recently deceased King of Denmark walks the ramparts of Elsinore Castle. The voice from the grave tells Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, that Claudius the former King’s brother murdered him. Hamlet vows revenge on Claudius, who has not only succeeded the King’s throne but has also married his mother, Gertrude. The haunting surroundings of Stafford Castle makes the perfect backdrop for Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy charting the young man’s brush with madness and vengeful obsession. Soak up the electrifying atmosphere and begin your evening with a pre-show drink from the refreshment marquee or a delicious snack with family and friends. The seating grandstand is fully covered to shield audiences from the elements and warm clothing and blankets are advised to avoid any distractions from the unique Open Air experience.

TICKETS are available from:

Stafford Gatehouse Theatre Eastgate Street

|

Stafford

|

ST16 2LT

Box Office 01785 254 653 or book online: www.staffordfestivalshakespeare.co.uk

FINDING Stafford Castle The Castle is located on the A518 Newport Road, five minutes from Stafford town centre and junctions 13 and 14 of the M6 motorway. Follow signs for Stafford Castle Visitor Centre or call 01785 257 698 for further details.

PERFORMANCE Times

PERFORMANCE Times THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

26 27 28

JUNE JUNE JUNE

8.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY

30 01 02 03 04 05 05

JUNE * JULY JULY JULY JULY JULY JULY

2.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM 2.00PM 8.00PM

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

07 08 09 10 11 12

JULY JULY JULY JULY JULY JULY

8.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM

TICKET Prices Monday to Thursday FIRST NIGHT SAVER SUPER PREMIUM SEATS PREMIUM SEATS STANDARD SEATS STANDARD SEAT CONCESSIONS

£15.00 £22.00 £20.00 £18.00 £15.00

SUPER PREMIUM FAMILY TICKET ** PREMIUM FAMILY TICKET ** STANDARD FAMILY TICKET **

£80.00 £72.00 £60.00

SCHOOLS PARTIES MATINEE SCHOOLS PARTIES EVENING

£5.00 £15.00

Friday to Saturday £23.00 £21.00 £19.00 £15.00

SUPER PREMIUM SEATS PREMIUM SEATS STANDARD SEATS SATURDAY MATINEE

Party Rates *** SAVE £1.00 OFF SAVE

£2.00

SAVE

£3.00

EVERY TICKET WHEN YOU BUY OFF EVERY TICKET WHEN YOU BUY OFF EVERY TICKET WHEN YOU BUY

10

OR MORE

20

OR MORE

40

OR MORE

* School’s Matinee. ** Family tickets are based on a party of four and must include at least two children’s tickets. Offer available Monday to Thursday only. *** Party rates are available Monday to Thursday only.

Stafford Festival Shakespeare producers reserve the right to make alterations to casting without prior notice. Latecomers will not be allowed into the auditorium until a suitable break in the performance, as directed by the Front of House Staff. In extreme weather conditions event producers will make every effort to complete the performance and reserve the right to stop and start the action as necessary. Performances will not be cancelled or abandoned before the advertised starting time. In the event of a performance being cancelled or abandoned due to inclement weather, or any other circumstances beyond the control of Stafford Borough Council no refund will be made. Tickets cannot be exchanged for other performances or returned for resale. All prices and information correct at time of going to press.

thursday friday saturday By William Shakespeare

Welcome

Where better to experience the magic of one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays than underneath the stars against the dramatic background of Stafford Castle. Set in post World War I Italy, as the forces return, a lively showdown unfolds between the sexes. Beatrice, independent and forthright, and Benedick, a self-confessed ‘womanhater’, pass the time constantly goading and scorning each other. When they are thrown together to defend a friend’s honour, their true feelings begin to emerge.

I have had a most rare vision. I have had a dream past the wit of man to say what dream it was Act V Scene II

As the dusk deepens and the stars begin to shine we welcome you to the magical evening that awaits, on this, the sixteenth Stafford Festival Shakespeare Production. 2006 has represented a very exciting year for Stafford Festival Shakespeare and the Production Team at the Gatehouse Theatre. Not only has the Shakespeare event secured the dynamic talents of new Director Bill Buckhurst and the return of Production Designer, John Brooking for the fourth consecutive year, but Stafford Borough Council have also cemented their support of the event for future years through the purchase of a brand new seating system. Of course this year also marks the 800th anniversary of Stafford being granted its Borough Status by King John in 1206. To mark the celebration of Stafford’s independence the Production Team decided to leave the choice of play to you, its loyal audiences, and analysis of previous customer surveys concluded that the most requested play was, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The prestige and outstanding reputation Stafford Festival Shakespeare has developed throughout the region and within the industry is reflected in the experienced and talented company of actors on board for this year’s production of the Bard’s most popular comedy. This stature is of course only achievable through tireless commitment and hard work from the actors and all those behind the scenes, from the Wardrobe and Technical Departments to the Marketing, Administration, Box Office, Catering and Front of House Teams. Special thanks goes to our partners at the New Vic Theatre in Newcastle Under Lyme and Culturegen, the Creative Industries Development Team, for their support with the popular education and outreach projects that allow the Bard’s fantastic plays to be shared and enjoyed by all. Of course our continuous gratitude is also expressed to Stafford Borough Council and our generous business sponsors and supporters, for without them the Open Air Event would not be possible. All that is left to say now is to sit back and revel in the enchanting atmosphere of the Fairy Woodland high up on the hillside against the unique and dramatic backdrop of Stafford Castle. We hope you enjoy the performance! Adam Hill [Head of Leisure]

By William Shakespeare

Begin your evening with a pre-show drink from the refreshment marquee or a delicious barbeque snack as you enjoy a magical night’s entertainment with family and friends. Following last year’s critically acclaimed Stafford Festival Shakespeare Production Bill Buckhurst returns to direct Much Ado About Nothing, joined by production designer, John Brooking, to present the seventeenth Annual Open Air event at Stafford Castle.

TICKETS are available from:

Stafford Gatehouse Theatre Eastgate Street | Stafford

Box Office 01785 254 653 or book online:

www.staffordfestivalshakespeare.co.uk

HOW TO FIND Stafford Castle

The Castle is located on the A518 Newport Road, five minutes from Stafford town centre and junctions 13 and 14 of the M6 motorway. Follow signs for Stafford Castle Visitor Centre or call 01785 257 698 for further details.

monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday saturday

28 29 30

june june june

8.00pm 8.00pm 8.00pm

09 10 11 12 13 14

july july july july july july

8.00pm 8.00pm 8.00pm 8.00pm 8.00pm 8.00pm

02 03 04 05 06 07 07

monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday

july * july july july july july july

2.00pm 8.00pm 8.00pm 8.00pm 8.00pm 2.00pm 8.00pm

TICKET Prices Monday to Thursday first night saver super premium seats premium seats standard seats standard seat concessions super premium family ticket ** premium family ticket ** standard family ticket ** schools parties matinee schools parties evening Friday to Saturday super premium seats premium seats standard seats saturday matinee

£14.00 £19.00 £18.00 £16.00 £13.50

£68.00 £64.00 £54.00 £5.00 £14.00

£20.00 £19.00 £17.00 £14.00

Party Rates *** save £1.00 off every ticket when you buy 10 or more save £2.00 off every ticket when you buy 20 or more save £3.00 off every ticket when you buy 40 or more In the event of a performance being cancelled no refund will be given. Stafford Borough Council reserves the right to make alterations to casting without prior notice. Latecomers will not be allowed into the auditorium until a suitable break in the performance, as directed by the Front of House Staff. All prices and information correct at time of going to press. * School’s Matinee. ** Family tickets are based on a party of four and must include at least two children’s tickets. Offer available Monday to Thursday only. *** Party rates are available Monday to Thursday only.

28 sat 14 JULY

thu

JUNE 07 to By William Shakespeare

Vincent Brimble Cast in Order of Appearance

Stafford Gatehouse Theatre &

Stafford Borough Council Leisure Services

present Stafford Festival Shakespeare

Open Air at Stafford Castle

Stafford Gatehouse Theatre &

Stafford Borough Council Leisure Services

present Stafford Festival Shakespeare

Open Air at Stafford Castle By William Shakespeare

Scott Brooksbank

The Story By William Shakespeare

Joseph Chance

Thu 26 June 08

To

Sat 12

July 08

A Examples of design for Stafford Festival Shakespeare Illustration, typeface design, Leaflets, brochures, banners etc

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Good Form Presentation