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Stone Festival & Carnival 2019

Hello All. Well, not even the weather could stop the SRCG from attending the Stone Festival & Carnival activities on Saturday 8th June. Needless to say, the stand took a bit a battering from the wind and rain, but everyone’s spirits remained high. Thanks to all those who visited the stall […]

Stone Town Council back in Parliament

The Stone Railhead Crisis Group’s technical team appeared for the third time in front of the HS2 Select Committee on Tuesday 7th May. Representing Stone Town Council on this occasion, Trevor Parkin and Gordon Wilkinson gave evidence on road safety issues, as well as HS2’s latest indicative programme for construction […]

HS2: Going off the Rails?

We thought you might be interested in a BBC Panorama broadcast this evening (17th December 2018).  Thousands of home and businesses are affected and land is already being cleared to make way for the new High Speed 2 train line – the biggest infrastructure project in Europe. HS2 has a […]

June 2018 Update

SRCG Press Release: Response to assurances and draft agreement made by HS2 Ltd to Staffordshire County Council dated 8th May 2018 The Stone Railhead Crisis Group (SRCG) is very disappointed with the details of the draft agreement that has been reached between Staffordshire County Council (SCC) and HS2 Ltd, which […]

May 2018 Update

Stone IMB-R (HS2 2017 design): Very bad   Stone IMB-R (HS2 2018 design): Much worse    Stone without the IMB-R: This is what the SRCG is fighting for!  Hello all, welcome to the May 2018 news update. Firstly, we would like to apologise for the lack of updates on the […]

Crowdfunding Hits First Major Milestone

We would just like to let you all know that the crowdfunding site has reached its first milestone of £5000. This is a good start and we still have until the 14th April before our first crowdfunding exercise comes to a close. We have also received many donations via the […]

Petitioning Crowdfunding Site Announced

We would like to extend a big Thank You to all those who attended the public event on the 18th Feb 2018. For those who could not attend the meeting, during the AGM the SRCG gave details about its strategic plan going forward, the Petitioning process, and the launch of […]