A spectacular aerial acrobatics show is set to close the Olympic Torch Relay celebration event in Hanley Park tomorrow.
A capacity crowd of 13,000 people are expected to watch the evening celebration hosted by Geraint Hardy. The event will see a host of guests and stars being interviewed by Geraint as well as Welsh indie rock band Kids In Glass Houses performing. Continue reading →
Stoke-on-Trent City Council have just announced that a further 1000 tickets for the Olympic Torch Relay celebrations in Hanley Park have been released. The total number of tickets for the event is now 13,000.
The extra tickets are available for collection only at the following venues. Continue reading →
The Olympic Torch leaves Stoke-on-Trent on 31 May.
If you want to catch a final glimpse of the torch then we have created a map of the Olympic Torch Relay route for the torch as it leaves Stoke-on-Trent, you can use our interactive map below to get rough timings and locations. Continue reading →
The Olympic Torch arrives in Stoke-on-Trent on for an evening of celebration and an overnight stop. Having travelled by road from Stafford the Olympic Torch will arrive at the junction of Stoke Road and Station Road where it will be carried by Torchbearers in to Hanley Park for the evening celebration. Continue reading →
Due to the considerable lack of local talent and celebrity in the city, Stoke-on-Trent City Council have announced that Geraint Hardy, will be hosting the evening event for the Stoke-on-Trent Olympic Torch Relay.
The welsh born presenter will welcome guests and stars onto the Hanley Park stage from the world of sport, lead the crowd in the countdown to the Flame’s arrival as well as introduce a chart topping act. Continue reading →
Only 2,000 tickets remain for the Olympic Torch Relay Evening Celebration in Hanley Park on Wednesday May 30 in what is set to be the city’s biggest ever stage show.
Last month 6,000 tickets went up for grabs for the city’s Olympic Torch Relay Evening Celebration, now only 2,000 tickets remain available and residents are being urged to act fast to avoid disappointment. Continue reading →
196 athletes from across the West Midlands will go for gold in the city this weekend as part of a Special Olympics Athletics Competition.
Competitors from across the region, including 38 athletes from the North Staffordshire Special Olympics Athletics Team will take part in track and field competitions. The events include 3000 metres, 100 metres and 200 metres races, standing long jump, shot putt, and the pentathlon. Continue reading →