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In the News

'Sounds Familiar', Charity Concert on behalf of STING

Oct, 2019

Social Breakfast at the Poste of Stone

September 10, 2019

 

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Trip to National Memorial Arboretum

July, 2019

Generous donation from Stone Mayor 2018-2019

July, 2019

Stafford & Rural Homes generously supporting STING

June, 2019

 

Local Business Supports STING Neurological Group

May, 2019

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High Sherriff Fund Award

March, 2019

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STING Charity Concert with 'Sounds Familiar'

A great evening made possible by the generosity of 'Sounds Familiar', Hixon Memorial Hall and the hard work of Mandy and Kev. Thanks to their generosity, a whopping £431.02 was raised.

 

STING social breakfast

An early morning get together to enjoy a delicious breakfast in good company at the Poste of Stone.

 

Generous Housing Organisation Offers Support to Local Charity

Stone-based charity STING (Staffordshire Therapeutic Independent Neurological Group) recently received an unexpected and extremely welcome visit to their Friday exercise class.

Karen Armitage and Jo Hough, of SARH (Stafford and Rural Homes) arrived at the centre, along with Joyce Farnham MBE JP, retired Town and Borough Councillor and previous Mayor for both Stone and Stafford, to present a very generous cheque to the charity. The staff of SARH managed to raise an impressive total of £500 through their kind-hearted donations.

 
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Generous donation from Stone Mayor 2018-2019

Kristran Green, Mayor of Stone 2018-2019, met with STING to present a generous donation to help support the good work of the group.

 

Local Business Supports STING Neurological Group

Alexandra Hall, who lives and works in the local community, reached out to STING Chairman Mike Clayton when he visited her salon to have a haircut recently. She offered to help support the charity in any way she could and will begin by keeping a STING collection box on the front desk of her salon, Bobo’s Barbers, which is based at M Club Spa and Fitness in Trent Vale. 


Alexandra, wife of local World’s Strongest Man winner, Eddie Hall, made the additional big-hearted gesture of pledging all of her tips for the remainder of the year to the charity. The invaluable work from STING enables many of its members to lead active and rewarding lives. It is the heartening generosity of individuals like Alexandra that enables this work to continue.

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STING Awarded £1000 Grant

A number of grants are awarded by the High Sherriff Fund to small community groups across Staffordshire, in cases where the funds will make a substantial difference to a project. STING will be using the grant to help towards buying a range of new physiotherapy equipment for the centre.