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A UK Government spokesperson said:
“The sad death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh has been announced by Buckingham Palace.  

“Although this is an extraordinarily difficult time for many, we are asking the public not to gather at Royal Residences, and continue to follow public health advice particularly on avoiding meeting in large groups and on minimising travel.

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A time capsule unearthed in 30 years’ time will describe the experiences of young girls growing up in Newcastle-under-Lyme including what their life was like in lockdown during a global pandemic.

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A popular recreational space in Newcastle is blossoming thanks to a sweet and generous gift from Japan.

Streetscene operatives have planted 30 Sakura cherry trees on land at Sandy Lane after the Council successfully applied to a donation scheme celebrating our nations’ enduring friendship as part of efforts to mark 30 years of involvement in Britain in Bloom.

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A giant amphibian is hopping on to one of the largest roundabouts in Newcastle-under-Lyme thanks to the talents of young engineers and funding from sponsors.

Apprentices from social enterprise PM Training have made an 8ft sculpture of a frog leaping onto a lilly pad which is being installed on the traffic circle by Gallowstree Lane, near Keele University, this morning.

Newcastle-under-Lyme’s Cabinet members will rubber stamp two key documents at their meeting tomorrow that will return the borough to a new and independent Local Plan process.

Once approved these two policies, both required by law, enable the Council to begin work on its own Local Plan, having made the decision to move on from the stalled joint plan with Stoke-on-Trent City Council in January this year.

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