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Mark Gregory 2h
Fascinating and challenging discussion in Stoke last night. To those interested in the issue of the democratic deficit, this speech by is very insightful
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Sara Williams 15h
Discussion started at on what next for Stoke-on-Trent. Still ambitious, changing Uk’s view of this city by bidding for opportunities- and delivering big time in the things we get (100k people came to see the poppies installation here!)
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Dave Proudlove 15h
And is affordable and accessible, with some of the country's most beautiful countryside on the doorstep. You can afford to have a LIFE here, as opposed to say,
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Stoke-on-Trent CC 14h
'Have the space to dream' says and start with simple and thinking big
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Tony Barton 14h
in just realised I might be part of the diaspora
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Stoke-on-Trent CC 15h
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Stoke-on-Trent CC 15h
Burslem gets a huge shout out from and the warm welcome her business got here.
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Ciara Jagger 15h
I’m at 'What's next for Stoke-on-Trent?' This is an innovative place, our ceramic sector is a thriving cluster of advanced industry - part of our success story
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Carola_Boehm 15h
Anna Francis: and activities, even though not labelling these as such, is key...
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phil drew 14h
How can Stoke mobilise its Diaspora to make the city great again? Never doubt that a small group of passionate, committed people can change the world. Indeed it's all that has.
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Sara Williams 15h
Does it matter that we are six towns? Should we do more about being one city? How can we give equal focus to everywhere? Is this one of the key challenges for and us all?
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Stoke-on-Trent CC 14h
Some fantastic responses from St Mark's pupils as to what they would do if they were in charge of Stoke-on-Trent including making 'all shops free.' Great video by
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phil drew 15h
Excited about What's next for Stoke on Trent. Well done for hosting such an important debate in a bellweather midlands town
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Alex Hough, MIPM 9h
Delighted to be at tonight: best ideas in chat at the end: cable-cars and /or mono-rail instead of trams. Mining work leaves heavy foundations a costly option. A return to the grandiose visions of a bygone age? What next? Monorail station with attached nightclub?
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phil drew 14h
What does Stoke want to be famous for? City is divided on that question. Yet needs a shared vision if it's to differentiate itself, retain talent, compete for business investment
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Stoke-on-Trent CC 14h
'The future will be better for people if they have more control over their own destiny' says
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Patsy Corcoran 14h
From challenges to solutions, what’s next for Stoke-On-Trent?
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Stoke-on-Trent CC 15h
Over 100,000 people came to see in Stoke-on-Trent at
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NewsWise 15h
Delighted to hear so many positive ideas and experiences at "What's next for Stoke-on-Trent?" - "great things are happening in Stoke" indeed. Looking forward to more great things tomorrow at our workshop at St Marks primary
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Mark Gregory 24h
Really looking forward to being on the panel tonight for this important discussion. Hoping I can bring a unique local/external perspective. What's next for Stoke-on-Trent?
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