Other Sites around and about in Stoke-on-Trent
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|TOP SITE for local Information:
This is Staffordshire
|- Staffordshire's digital community brought to you by The Sentinel newspaper.
|Official Stoke-on-Trent tourist information
|- accommodation, what to see, how to get there
(including Potteries Museums - essential visit!!)
|Travel & Tourism (Including official S-O-T tourist site)
|Hotels & Guesthouses
|The Wedgwood Group
|Wedgwood, Johnson Brothers, Coalport, Mason's Ironstone.
|The Wedgwood Visitor Centre
|The Wedgwood Museum
|Burgess, Dorling & Leigh
|Wedgwood's official Coalport website
|H & R Johnson
|Art Pottery web site.
|Fine bone china mugs
|Royal Winton brand has always been synonymous with quality and design and has roots in Stoke-on-Trent, England that go back over one hundred years. Originally known as Grimwade Brothers.
|manufactures of reproduction antique Staffordshire ware.
|Phildale Ceramic Art
|Authentic hand-painted English fine bone china
|Studio Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent
|SP Ceramic Prints is a small ceramic printing business at Unit 26, Imex Business Park, Ormonde Street, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 3NP. Paul Johnson is the sole trader and has been in the pottery industry for over 30 years. He specialises in printing designs exclusively for the customer.
|Ceramic Research Association
|ABS - painters and artists brushes
|you can purchase new china from all the famous potteries from here.
|Purchasing Burgess & Leigh ware in America from this web site.
|Collectible World Studios Limited
|Potteries Antique Centre
|one line catalogue and purchasing
|Potteries Auction House
|Auction house in Stoke-on-Trent
|.. as it says!!
|A Colclough china search called focus on Colclough
|The China Cupboard
|This site is about the tea-wares from 1780 to 1820 and their makers. It focuses on the common or "Bute" shaped teacup. An excellent site for identifying cup from their shape and markings.
|the Potteries museums - a visit is essential if you are interested in ceramics.
|The Official Stoke Council Site
|The home page of Fred Hughes - the most knowledgeable of Burslem's historians.
|Stoke-on-Trent in 1701 & 1840
|From one of the Keele University lecturers
|Purchase water colour paintings of old Stoke-on-Trent by a Royal Doulton painter.
|Apedale Heritage Centre, running underground mine visits at weekend.
|Stoke-on-Trent (the way I see it)
|A web site
concentrating on Stoke-on-Trent, it's history & what is happening now.
>>> well worth a look
|Alsager in pictures -
|a village local to Stoke-on-Trent
|The Middleport Development Group
|an excellent web site all about Middleport, its people and history.
|Local Football Clubs
|Port Vale official web-site
|Travel & Tourist Info
|Official Stoke-on-Trent tourist information - accommodation, what to see, how to get there
|Traveller's World - Stoke-on-Trent
|Travelfile - Stoke-on-Trent
|The Knowhere Guide to Stoke-on-Trent
|Shopping Centre The Potteries Shopping Centre in Hanley
|Festival Park - details of the shops and outlets at the Festival Park
|Hotels & Guesthouses
|Hotel & Guesthouse Directory
|The Moat House Hotel
|Tollgate Gate Hotel & Leisure
|Self catering apartments in Stoke-on-Trent
|Interest groups and voluntary organisations
|SIGNAL Local Radio Station
|BBC Radio Stoke
|Newcastle-under-Lyme Male Voice Choir
|Stoke on Trent College Sub Aqua Club.
|Berry Hill Retirement Village
|Local Organisations & Companies
|North Staffs Junior Chamber of Commerce
|Stoke-on-Trent Citizen Advice Bureau
|Wrights Pies - the most famous pie in North Staffordshire
|The North Staffordshire Railway Study Group
|James Brindley High School
|The Mitchell High School