Coats of Arms and Crests from Stoke-on-Trent

  

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Hanley Town Hall
Hanley Town Hall

photo: Brian Deegan

The present Town Hall in Albion Street was built as the Queens Hotel in 1869, designed by Robert Scrivener. It became the Town Hall in the 1880's.

John Ridgway became the first Mayor and from his family crest the kneeling dromedary was used in the Seal of the Borough of Hanley.

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Seal of the Borough of Hanley
Seal of the Borough of Hanley


 


Hanley Park (Cauldon Park) entrance in Stoke Road

The development of the park and lake was under the guidance of Thomas H Mawson of Windermere (he also designed Burslem Park). 

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take a 'walk' along this road

Hanley Borough arms over the entrance to the park.
Hanley Borough arms over the entrance to the park.
 



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