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Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire

Early in September, a traditional Horn dance is performed in Abbots Bromley...

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Alrewas, Staffordshire

Alrewas is a village in Staffordshire, sat beside the River Trent and just 5 miles northeast of the cathedral city of Lichfield. Alrewas is home to The National Memorial.....

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Alton, Staffordshire

The village has many elegant stone buildings, and there is a circular lock-up and the romantic ruins of a 12th-century castle...

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Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire

Burton-on-Trent is an attractive town, it has a pleasing market place surrounded by pleasant properties, some being timber-frame black and white...

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Cannock, Staffordshire

Think of Cannock and nearly always there springs to life a vision of the wonderful landscape of Cannock Chase, originally a giant "Royal Forest" gradually reduced in size and grazed by numerous flocks of sheep until the turn of the 20th century...

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Cheadle, Staffordshire

Cheadle has several fine black and white half timbered buildings in the town that date from the 16th-century..

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Denstone, Staffordshire

Denstone is a peaceful village set in the midst of rural Staffordshire countryside, where farm meadows are watered from a myriad of sparkling rivers flowing down from the Peak District National Park...

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Froghall, Staffordshire

Attractively situated on the banks of the Caldon Canal in the beautiful Churnet Valley. Froghall offers visitors the opportunity to experience a diverse range of landscapes including fine watermeadows with a wealth of wildlife...

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Leek, Staffordshire


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Lichfield, Staffordshire

The Lichfield Markets have been held on the historic Market Square since King Stephen granted the first charter for a market in 1153. In the past martyrs were burnt at the.....

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Meerbrook, Staffordshire

Meerbrook is a small village situated along the river Churnet on the edge of The Peak District National Park. It is close to the man-made Tittesworth Reservoir which submerged.....

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Mow Cop, Staffordshire

The sheer scale of the height of this village with the quaint sounding name has made it famous, for it is believed that on a clear day the hill is visible to no less than five counties...

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Norton in the Moors, Staffordshire

Norton-in-the-Moors is exactly what its name implies - it is an old village set on the side of a windswept hill with far reaching views over rolling countryside towards the Peak District...

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Rudyard, Staffordshire

A pretty village with a delightful cluster of cottages and houses with lovely gardens, bordered by woods at the south end of the picturesque Rudyard Reservoir...

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Stafford, Staffordshire

Set in a landscape of contrasts with constantly changing scenery from the Royal hunting forests of Cannock Chase to the breweries of Burton, it is pleasurable to come across the.....

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Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Town known best as "the potteries" but in reality Stoke-on-Trent is a 1906 amalgamation of six towns, each of which still maintain their own individuality and character...

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Swindon, Staffordshire


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Swythamley, Staffordshire


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Tamworth, Staffordshire

In the 8th century the Saxon Kingdom of Mercia was ruled from Tamworth. Later in AD 913, a fortress was built here by the daughter of King Alfred...

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Tutbury, Staffordshire

This picturesque little town in the Dove Valley is dominated by the ruins of the medieval castle...

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