From Trentham Estate head to Uttoxeter before arriving at Kingsley. Pass through Leek to enjoy the floral displays of Biddulph. Arrive in Stoke on Trent to enjoy the heritage of pottery at a range of museums.
Enjoy the glorious award winning Trentham Estate - wander the gardens, walk around the lake designed by Capability Brown or get amongst the monkeys in the Trentham Monkey Forest. Visit Trentham Treetop Adventures and take on the 30 obstacles high up in the canopy.
The market town of Uttoxeter, set in the stunning Staffordshire countryside is home to the Uttoxeter Racecourse – pop in to have a flutter and enjoy the national hunt racing. From Uttoxeter take a detour to Sudbury Hall & Museum or ride the rollercoasters at Alton Towers.
Visit the walking trails of the Consall Nature Park in the River Churnet valley – where you can also find The Churnet Valley Railway. If birds are your thing, book a visit and spend some time at the Kingsley Bird & Falconry Centre. Close by is the Staffordshire Regimental Museum.
The market town of Leek is set on the banks of the River Churnet on the edge of the Peak District National Park. Call at Brindley Mill to see the mid 18th century working corn mill and visit the 90ft high Nicholson War Memorial with its clock face – known as Sir Arthur’s Wristwatch.
Enjoy the “Garden town of Staffordshire”. The old mining town of Biddulph is a mosaic of colour and you can visit the National Trust’s Biddulph Grange Garden and Greenway Bank. Alternatively, use the town as a base to explore the surrounding moorland and beautiful countryside.
The city is the heart of the pottery industry where you can visit The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, the Gladstone Pottery Museum and Etruria Industrial Museum with its beam engine. Don’t miss the famous World of Wedgwood.