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Our main city campus is in Stoke-on-Trent. We also have our Centre of Excellence in Healthcare Education, located in Stafford.
Through the University’s Sustainability Challenge Initiative, the Wild Staffs project won funding to increase the biodiversity and wildlife habitats on campus. This has included creating large numbers of new tree planting across our campus, creating a wildlife pond, maintaining no mow areas, installing bird boxes on a number of the mature trees on campus, creating number of “bug hotels” and also placing benches to allow students and staff to take a moment in nature.
Established in April 2007 by the Students' Union Allotment Society, Growing Concern, who operate as a co-operative, not for profit group growing organic vegetables, fruit and flowers.
Our allotments focus on sustainability and aim to encourage staff and students of the University, particularly those with disabilities, to work together in the production of organic produce for their own use.
The allotments are situated on the Leek Road site between the Crime Scene House and the Repertory Theatre. Full details of how to get involved are available from Growing Concern's society page.
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