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Cheadle, Staffordshire

Review of Cheadle by vivienne hunter on August 26th, 2007
excellent park in a beautiful area good views only down fall shower and toilet block far away from tent area especial when you have young children who might need to go during the night,an other toilet block down the bottom end of the park would make a difference, but i will certainly be return a long with the 25 of us who came down this year,

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Cheddleton, Staffordshire

Review of Cheddleton by Martin on July 14th, 2011
The Churnet Valley village of Cheddleton a few miles east of Stoke-on-Trent has made the most of its industrial heritage, with a preserved railway, its Flint Mill now a museum, and the Cauldon Canal offering some fine waterside (and a great pub).

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Harlaston, Staffordshire

Review of Harlaston by atkins on May 2nd, 2010
Harlaston is a beautiful staffordshire village with interesting buildings. People here are very friendly and welcoming.Good pub food, Well worth a visit.

Review of Harlaston by nina on November 5th, 2007
we like living in harlaston - its quiet and safe! For visitors there is a lovely B&b called the old bakery

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Leek, Staffordshire

Review of Leek by Joe Clifford on September 9th, 2009
I live in Leek - it is quite but that is what I like about it. However for culture it is fantastic, for scenery it is great for food it is brilliant. We have a wide variety of things to do and places to eat e.g Indian we have QARMA TANDOORI, chines we have LAUREL INN, THAI we have SO THAI and even Mexican with GUAVA GUAVA - fantastic places award winning places -

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Lichfield, Staffordshire

Review of Lichfield by Elaine Naismith on October 29th, 2007
I AM A TEACHER, AND WORK WEEK-DAYS. THE ONLY TIME I CAN VISIT THE FARMERS MARKET IS DURING THE HOLIDAYS. IT WOULD BE GREAT IF THE MARKET WAS ON AT WEEKENDS OCCASIONALLY!

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Penkridge, Staffordshire

Review of Penkridge by C.Beebee on November 29th, 2007
Penkridge I love you.Your market has loads of different stalls.The locals are so friendly.Your Church is a must to visit and have tea/homemade cakes while you are in there(the best cakes I have ever tasted.I love to walk up your high street with its mix of interesting shops and old buildings.Also some really old pubs to sample.

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Stafford, Staffordshire

Review of Stafford by Shelley Howe on August 28th, 2007
I LOVE Stafford and its castle. When i was over there earlier this year.. i fell in love with it and spent many days there photographing and taking it all in. I have so many pictures..so many bits and pieces..i just LOVE it.. and cant wait to come back. I have heard the Castle is being restored..IS that true.. wow..that will be amazing..!!! Your faithfully SHelley HOwe

Review of Stafford by doreen on April 14th, 2007
i was born in Tipton the black country, west midlands, i know Stafford well, i lived and worked for the Earl of Shreswbury in INGestre Hall from 1954 to 1960, i love and miss the beautifull country side, as you can see i am now in the west indies, but i miss you all

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Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Review of Stoke-on-Trent by bryan brookes on June 20th, 2009
I am 78yrs old on 3rd July my father was. the rector of St. John's church Longton.I spent many of my younger days having a drink in "The Vine"off Wood Street. The people of Stoke on Trent i found had a sense of humour. I worked at Berryhill colliery in the surveying office after leaving school at St Josephs College trent vale. I remember the PMT utility buses during the war with wooden seats;steam trains echoing through the night over Longton bridge over shadowed by Harvey's chimney. I have so many memories that it wood take a book to fulfil them.....

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Review of Stoke-on-Trent by warren on August 10th, 2006
i think local people should sample longton market as well as tesco extra! yes, tesco has brought in interest but now you are here come and see what your local market has to offer

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Stone, Staffordshire

Review of Stone by Glynis Maguire on March 18th, 2007
A party of four attended La Dolce Vita for the first time and from the moment we stepped through the door we were greeted with fantastic hospitality. The food was unsurpassed, especially the really tasty starters. Everything was presented first class and we all had a wonderful evening. We look forward to visiting again in the very near future. Thankyou.

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Uttoxeter, Staffordshire

Review of Uttoxeter by A Hopkins-Shirley on February 4th, 2010
To Mr Fountain As My family have lived in the area of Uttoxeter for over 1500 years we are proud of Uttoxeter and Alvelon-Alton Staffordshire. Keep up the good work as Uttoxeter is a ancient market town going back before the Roman times. Or at least Roman. As it tells you in its name. Uttox-eter. The eter such has Ches-ter. This proves it was a Roman town and ALL Roman Towns had markets. Our family were The Saxon Kings of Mercia. Also OUR Great extended Grand Father was the Earl of Derby also known as king charles the second of England. The original surname of the Earls of Derby was Ferrers now the surname of the Earl Ferrers today is Shirley through the female line. They the ones who re-granted the people of Uttoxeter the rights to hold markets for them to sell under the managment of the Town council. The council was NEVER GIVEN the right of FREEHOLD over the common lands where the markets were are held. That is facts which we have tried to bring out to the illegal closing and selling of the cattle market lands. This is why they have had so much trouble selling it because of the fact that our solicitor is the same solicitor who the council used in the selling of of those lands.Glandfield and Crudis in Carter street. They were sent documents and have been taken documents with my brother and sisters. Would not look at them when they were handling our parents estate when they died. I ask, ?Total Conflict of interest and misappropriation of public funds ?EH. Keep the markets going and good luck. Albert Hopkins Shirley.

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Whiston, Staffordshire

Review of Whiston by elizabeth may lowe on March 8th, 2007
I grew up in Whiston and attended St Mildred's school,there was only two class rooms and only two teachers, one being the head mistress Miss Wilson, I'm sure she rode a motor cycle and wore a leather helmet with goggles,perhaps someone out there can confirm that or confirm l'm barmey. Wonderful childhood in a lovey village. thank-you WHISTON LIZ LOWE NEE KENT OF LEES HEATH

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Whittington, Staffordshire

Review of Whittington by philip wood on June 22nd, 2006
The Bell Inn, is a great old pub dating back to 1832, when many pubs were able to start in business, a licence could be bought for 2 and anyone could sell ale to the public in their own house, this is how the term "Public House" originated. The Bell Inn has a great atmosphere, has many old timbers exposed, they serve Bass, and Pedigree, and also guest beers, fresh home cooked meals are also available, there is a front patio area, facing onto Main Street, there is also a large garden area with more seating spaced around, a childrens play area is also in the garden and the whole area is fenced to prevent small children running away. I live 50 yards away, Aren't I lucky? Phil.

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