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Visit North Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent

North Staffordshire stretches from the county town of Stafford to the borders of Cheshire and Derbyshire. It includes the Staffordshire Moorlands and the Staffordshire part of The Peak District National Park offering outdoor activities, attractions, gardens, heritage and the famous Potteries

Stafford, at the Southern end of the area, has its Norman Castle, Ancient High House and Shugborough Estate as its main attractions but there is much more, cycle routes, gentle walks, nature reserves and family farm attractions

At the centre of the area is Stoke on Trent, a city transformed from the smoke and grime of the coal fired pottery works that made the city the World Capital of Ceramics, it is now one of the Greenest Cities in England, not only boasting over 100 green spaces but in the forefront of Green Energy with the development of Geothermal Energy for District Heating. It is proud of its Pottery History with names such as Wedgwood, Spode, Royal Doulton, Masons, Tams, Aynsley today the pottery tradition continues with production by names such as Wade, Steelite, Portmerrion and Emma Bridgewater.

The area has other attractions such as Alton Towers, Trentham Gardens & Water World, leisure time on the canals, history and heritage and being such a romantic area we also have a number of wonderful wedding and civil ceremony venues

The Moorlands and Peak District are great Walking Country, with Leek (known as Queen of the Moorlands) the gateway to the hills, the walking, and some of the county’s best climbing and Cheadle home to Pugi's Gem and near to Alton Towers and the Foxfield Heritage Railway

The area is blessed with a wide range of wildlife and some excellent Nature Reserves

There is a lot more to North Staffordshire than just its famous and very tasty North Staffordshire Oatcakes (a must for all visitors - but be warned once eaten you will be hooked), a local delicacy that expats across the world can't live without

 

The site is provides general tourism and visitor information and listing, for those with mobility or other disabilities we add accessibility information where we have it and hope that North Staffordshire is found to be inclusive and accessible

 

       

 

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The listing on the site are provided in good faith, the site provides links where possible to the attractions and businesses listed and it is recommended that you use these and view the individual sites before making any decisions to visit. The listings are provided for information and are not an endorsement or recommendation. It is recommended that you do your own due diligence / research before making any commitment to bookings / payment.

 

 

Upcoming Events in North Staffordshire

29 Sep 2018;
10:00AM - 04:00PM
Churnet Valley Railway - War in the Valley
29 Sep 2018;
10:00AM - 04:00PM
Churnet Valley Railway - War in the Valley
05 Oct 2018;
09:00AM - 10:00PM
The Stone Food & Drink Festival
05 Oct 2018;
06:00PM - 11:00PM
Oktoberfest - Stoke
05 Oct 2018;
09:00AM - 10:00PM
The Stone Food & Drink Festival

 

For more events click to see the Events page or access the events calendar from the Information Menu

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