Gregory street and Abbey Street junction. [83] As of January 2015 there are no local authority supported bus services in the city.[84]. Loans Warehouse Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under firm reference 713110. The team eventually folded in 1992 after a record of 35-34-1. Sydney’s transport policy is called the 30 minute city and other australian cities are following this lead. The Co-operative Travel had its head office in Burslem, before it merged with Thomas Cook in 2010. The Michelin tyre company also has a presence in Stoke-on-Trent, and in the 1920s built their first UK plant in the city. The city was one of a limited number of English districts with an elected mayor and the only council to use the 'mayor and council manager' executive arrangements,[61][62] although it was removed following a local referendum on 23 October 2008. Together with those in Newcastle-under-Lyme, there are now over 100 miles (160 km) of cycle paths in the urban conurbation. Bus connections:-Trent Barton:- The threes Trent Barton Connect MAP OF BUS CONNECTIONS AT HUCKNALL TRAM STOP It is in place to prevent urban sprawl and minimise further convergence with outlying settlements such as Kidsgrove and Biddulph. It is just south of the city and a £100 million refurbishment was completed in 2005. [122] Each prism will be suspended from the main body of the sculpture by a short arm, giving the artwork a bristly appearance. Blythe Bridge and Werrington, although outside the city's boundaries, are part of the built up area. Primitive Methodism was founded by Hugh Bourne, a native of Stoke-on-Trent, at a public gathering in the nearby village of Mow Cop. [99] He was the first active footballer to receive a Knighthood. When the county borough of Stoke-on-Trent initially applied for city status in 1925, citing its importance as the centre of the pottery industry, it was refused by the Home Office as it had fewer than 300,000 inhabitants. However, Bennett said that he believed "Five Towns" was more euphonious than "Six Towns", so he omitted Fenton (now sometimes referred to as "the forgotten town"). The A50 joins up with A500 close to the bet365 Stadium. [153] Indie rocker Stephen Malkmus mentions Stoke-on-Trent in "Pink India", released on his self-titled solo album, singing that the song's protagonist, Mortimer, is a "rook" in The Great Game, who "came from Stoke-on-Trent." In the 1980s nearly 9,000 workers were employed at the plant; in 2006 about 1,200 worked there. [6][5] The city is bounded by the lowlands of the Midlands to the south. [102][103] They joined the Football League in 1892 but were forced to resign in 1907 due to financial problems, only to return in 1919. There were talks about such an event in 2003, but the idea was faced by opposition from the local BNP councillors and their supporters. Nottingham (/ ˈ n ɒ t ɪ ŋ ə m / NOT-ing-əm) is a city and unitary authority area in Nottinghamshire, England.Part of the East Midlands region, it is 128 miles (206 km) north of London and 45 miles (72 km) northeast of Birmingham.. Nottingham has links to the legend of Robin Hood and to the lace-making, bicycle (notably Raleigh bikes) and tobacco industries. National Express operate long-distance coach services from Hanley Bus Station. Local public transport is provided almost exclusively by bus. A local referendum approved a directly elected mayor system on 3 May 2002 by 28,601 votes to 20,578 (turnout of 27.8%).[63]. Other production centres in Britain, Europe and worldwide had a considerable lead in the production of high-quality wares. 2 miles Hinton Admiral. [14] A further attempt was made in 1930, with the promotion of the Stoke-on-Trent Extension Bill. In October 2007, Stoke-on-Trent City Council introduced a new theme tune – "Moving Forwards Together". Access the train station from level 2 or level 3. [45] There is also Stoke Minster which is located in the Stoke-upon-Trent area and is the only official church with Minster status. List of A roads in zone 5 in Great Britain starting north/east of the A5, west of the A6, south of the Solway Firth/Eden Estuary (roads … The Waterworld indoor swimming complex on Festival Park near Hanley is also a significant children's attraction. The changes come into effect this Sunday, 26th May 2019 and it may take a little time for Google to pick up on the changes, so check the new timetables HERE. Wolstanton Colliery, when modernised, had the deepest mining shafts in Europe at 3,197 ft.[22] In 1933, Chatterley Whitfield Colliery became the first Colliery in the country to mine one million tons of coal. [85] A further £10 million of funding has now been secured for the city's cycling network, to be spent in 2009–2011 through Cycling England's support for Stoke as a Cycling City.[86]. [77] Also of note is John Lightfoot, a 17th-century churchman and rabbinical scholar. [20] However, 1994 saw the last pit to close as the Trentham Superpit was shut.[21]. Hanley is the primary commercial centre. [54] The other five towns of the city all have their own smaller town centres. The song "Angels" was partly inspired by the golden angel at Burslem Town Hall. Each of the six towns in Stoke-on-Trent has at least one park. Short stay. These variant meanings included dairy farm, secondary or dependent place or farm, summer pasture, crossing place, meeting place and place of worship. [citation needed] until it ceased trading in September 2014. The flu strain H3N2, known as ‘Aussie Flu’ is currently sweeping in the country, with sufferers experiencing symptoms similar to those caused by normal flu but are more severe. Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court and Stoke-on-Trent County Court share a building in Hanley. Zoopla Limited is an appointed representative of Loans Warehouse Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 713110) to introduce clients to Loans Warehouse Limited and distributing non-real time financial promotions that relate to products of services available through Loans Warehouse Limited. on. Rail – the newly-opened Ilkeston Station is about half a mile away, a walk along the A6096, Shilo Way, to Newton’s Lane. You benefit from having the lowest priced annual Saver card, but don’t have to pay for a year’s travel up front. Local television news is covered by BBC Midlands Today and ITV Central; and in certain parts of the city by BBC North West and ITV's Granada. The borough was officially granted city status in 1925, with a lord mayor from 1928. [10] It is the largest settlement in Staffordshire. serving the village of Bingham Nottinghamshire It opened in 1879 and closed to regular traffic in 1951. Since 2010, the council's library service has run a competition to appoint a Young Poet Laureate for the city. From 6 January 2020 we will be introducing seven new short hop zones – in addition to the existing zones in the city centre and Clifton – available to all customers. Stoke-on-Trent railway station is located on the Stafford-Manchester line. Autonet Insurance Services Ltd has its registered office at Nile Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent ST6 2BA United Kingdom. [154] The cat in Dick and Dom in da Bungalow once sang a song about Stoke-on-Trent. We run buses from the main estates into the town centre and our sprint service links the town centre, train station and University. Easy-Pack Industrial Building is situated nearby to Kwun Tong. [94] They were among the twelve founding members of the Football League in 1888, but did not win their first (and, to date, only) major trophy until 1972, when they lifted the League Cup. [26], The iron and steel industries occupied important roles in the development of the city, both before and after federation. ... (Zone A), £18 (zone A+B) and £22 (Zone A+B+C). The Chatterley Whitfield site reopened as a museum two years after its closure in 1976. The absolute minimum temperature stands at −13.3 °C (8.1 °F),[37] recorded during January 1963. It is believed to be derived from the Saxon word ducas, used to indicate respect; in Middle English this became duc or duk, which denotes a leader; in turn, it became the title Duke and the Old French word duché, which indicates the territory ruled by a Duke. Map view. Stoke has been the birthplace of many actors and entertainers, including: Stoke has a vibrant music scene. Additionally, the Caldon Canal branches off from the Trent and Mersey Canal at Etruria, within the city boundaries, going to Froghall with one branch going to Leek. Each cabinet member makes the decisions on their portfolio area and explains the decisions at the monthly cabinet meetings. Rainfall averages around 806 mm a year.[38]. THIS LINE GOES TO TOTON LANE. Next door is Trentham Monkey Forest, which houses 140 Barbary macaques in a 60-acre (240,000 m2) enclosure that visitors can walk through. Trent Barton Get on Together – Season Ticket. HUCKNAL TRAM STOP. The other four towns are Burslem, Tunstall, Longton, and Fenton. Bus stops to this stop are located on Abbey Street, from the Southbound end of the platform (Toton Lane). Trent Barton say that these improvements will ensure “more seats, more often” and aims to provide a more reliable service. Stoke-on-Trent is the home of the pottery industry in England and is commonly known as the Potteries, with the local residents known as Potters. Bennett also changed the name of the local newspaper from The Sentinel to The Signal, an identity that was subsequently adopted by the city's commercial radio station.[132]. Other notable sports people from the area include footballers turned TV pundits Mark Bright, Garth Crooks and Robbie Earle; tennis player Andrew Foster; snooker players Dave Harold and Jamie Cope; field hockey player Imran Sherwani; cycling world-record holder Tommy Godwin, wrestler Peter Thornley (better known as Kendo Nagasaki), professional strongman Eddie Hall and European taekwondo champion Charlie Maddock. Community health services are run by Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership NHS Trust with mental health services provided by North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust. There are also smaller elements, including the independent Dazed Gallery[117] and AirSpace, the city's only contemporary art gallery, artist-led and artist run. Trent Barton Buses. [47] Hartshill Park in Stoke is also a nature reserve, and Bucknall Park is home to the City Farm. The Trent Barton-run Amberline and Sevens 7.1 services stop adjacent to the site on Alfreton Road (B6179). The city's main library is the City Central Library in Hanley, which is also home to the city's archives. ... Healthiest and unhealthiest places in Nottinghamshire revealed in new interactive map. [162] Since the death of cartoonist Dave Follows in 2003, the full twenty-year run (7,000) of May un Mar Lady strips are being republished in The Sentinel as May un Mar Lady Revisited, keeping the dialect alive for another twenty years. [163], This article is about the city in Staffordshire, England. Stoke-on-Trent does not have a cathedral, but the city's main, Church of England, civic church, is Stoke Minster. Sainsbury's supermarket and The Co-operative Pharmacy have large warehouses in the city. [151] Experimental musician Phil Todd, best known for his Ashtray Navigations project, grew up in Madeley. The city's acute hospital is the Royal Stoke University Hospital run by the University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust. Chesterfield is a large market town and borough in Derbyshire, England, 24 miles (39 km) north of Derby and 11 miles (18 km) south of Sheffield at the confluence of the River Rother and River Hipper.In 2011 the town had a population of 88,483, making it Derbyshire's second largest settlement after Derby. There is no expiry date on the MANGO card. The city's ceramics collection is housed in the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery in Hanley. You can travel for £1 between any of the stops within each zone by purchasing a ticket at the tram stop ticket machines. The independent volunteer-run art-house cinema, The Stoke-on-Trent Film Theatre, is located very near the railway station, and shows art-house and subtitled films, as well as films that have finished their run in larger cinemas. [95] In 1985, they were relegated from the First Division and began a 23-year exile from the top flight of English football which did not end until they won promotion in 2008, by which time the First Division had become the Premier League. For Eurostat purposes it is a NUTS 3 region (code UKG23). Billy Bragg also mentions Stoke-on-Trent as one of the places that the character in his song "Rotting on Remand" is sent to. Stoke Pride is the city's annual pride march that has been running since 2005, although it was not officially called Stoke Pride until 2008. Portmeirion is based in Stoke town, and now owns the Spode and Royal Worcester ceramics brands. The city's first purpose-built mosque was completed in 2012. The other railway stations in the city are Longport and Longton both on the Crewe-Derby line. Ceramics firm Emma Bridgewater is based in Hanley; Burleigh Pottery is in Middleport; Wade Ceramics is in Etruria; Moorcroft and Royal Stafford are based in Burslem; Aynsley China is in Longton, and is one of the last remaining manufacturers of bone china in the city. Tourism to the city was kick-started by the National Garden Festival in 1986, and is now sustained by the many pottery factory-shops and tours, and by the improved canal network. The city's main theatre is the 1,603-person capacity Regent Theatre, which is in Hanley. In 2010 he started getting airplay on a New York radio station for his 1994 song "Knock Me Down, Pick Me Up". As of November 2009 there are 77 miles (124 km) of new National Cycle Network off-road bicycle paths through the city, connecting to the national long-distance paths which were completed in 2005. It houses several buildings including a clock tower and three bowling pavilions. This led to the song being released for mp3 download in the US and the UK.[143]. As of March 2011, it holds the names of Stanley Matthews and Phil Taylor, legends of football and darts respectively, were the first names to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. A new shopping centre on the site of Hanley's former bus station was due to open in 2016, but development has been delayed and the project is now in doubt. A new retail park in Longton opened and has Currys, Smyths, Pets at Home and Matalan. Stoke-on-Trent College is much larger and less specialised, offering apprenticeships and adult education, and has a main campus (Cauldon Campus) in Shelton, and a secondary campus in Burslem. Stoke-on-Trent City Council is the city's largest single employer. The services her is Trent Barton Skylink. Whilst it contains many non-standard words (e.g. This 1 bed leasehold flat is located at Barton Lodge, Station Road, Barton Under Needwood, Burton-On-Trent DE13 8DR and has an estimated current value of £99,000. 3. [113] They were quickly followed by Port Vale legend Roy Sproson, and England's World Cup winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks (who spent five years with Stoke City).[114]. Staffordshire oatcakes (very different from the Scottish version and traditionally made in corner-shop style oatcake bakeries) are a much-loved local culinary speciality. He represented England 58 times and still holds the world record for the most dismissals in the first class game (1649). Improvements to the road network have led to the construction of product distribution centres in the area.[82]. [104] In 1954, while in the Third Division North they progressed to the FA Cup semi-final when they were knocked out by First Division West Bromwich Albion at Villa Park. News. Locally the A500 is known as the D road,[81] as its loop between the two motorway junctions, along with the straight section of the M6 between the junctions, resembles the shape of a capital letter D. Coincidentally, the number 500 expressed in Roman numerals is D. The A50 provides an east–west link between the M6 and the M1 motorway. [citation needed], In September 2017 an anti-terrorist undercover officer secretly recorded 17 sermons by radical preacher Kamran Hussain at Tunstall mosque. All rights reserved. In 2016, Stoke-on-Trent was ranked the second best city to start a business by Quality Formations, based on a number of factors including commercial property, energy, virtual offices, public transport and financial access.[57]. This was one of the early stages of regeneration in the Trentham area of the city, which also included the regeneration of Trentham Gardens several years later, when retail and food outlets were added to the visitor attraction. Speedway was staged at the Greyhound Stadium in Sun Street, Hanley intermittently between 1929 and 1939. Online Dictionaries: Definition of Options|Tips Options|Tips [99] Matthews made 54 appearances for his country, scoring 11 times. Keele University itself was founded as the University College of North Staffordshire in 1949 with major involvement by Stoke-on-Trent City Council, and is located in the nearby village of Keele. [104] Their highest league position came in 1931 when they finished fifth in the Second Division. Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps. The cheapest way to get from Camber Sands to Alton Towers Station costs only £46, and the quickest way takes just 3 hours. Other well-known players from or based in Stoke include Chris Mason, Andy Hamilton and Ian White. 1 Route list 1.1 Routes 1-99 1.2 Routes 100-199 1.3 Routes 200-299 1.4 Routes 300-399 1.5 Routes 600-699 1.6 Lettered routes There are three venues in the city that host regular touring bands: Victoria Hall, The Sugarmill and The Underground. Also based in Burslem is the Barewall Gallery,[120] which has a large collection of work by local artists including original art by Arthur Berry (The Lowry of The Potteries), Jack Simcock, and by new emerging Potteries artists. Kenilworth Close, New Milton BH25 ... £795,000. The World Professional Darts Championship was hosted in the Jollees venue in the south of the city from 1979 to 1985. It was described by the council as "part of our drive to help us move the city forward and create a better Stoke-on-Trent for people to live, learn, work and enjoy". 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For many years the Potters raced in the Premier League, the sports second division but as of November 2010 have dropped a division and in 2011 will race in the National League. Fine china manufacturer Dudson have premises in Hanley and Burslem. [65] The 2005 election was notable because about 10% of the ballot papers were either spoiled or ineligible. The Zone and Collar system Instead of trying to accommodate the car through road building, the city council proposed a very ... Nottingham City Transport (a partner in the NET consortium) and local bus operator Trent Barton introduced bus route revisions to act … Methodical and highly detailed research and experimentation, carried out over many years, nurtured the development of artistic talent throughout the local community and raised the profile of Staffordshire Potteries. © 2020 Zoopla Limited. List with Zoopla and build your business today, I'm a Zoopla agent, I want to login to ZooplaPro, All houses for sale in Barton-upon-Humber, All flats for sale in Barton-upon-Humber, All property for sale in Barton-upon-Humber, All bungalows for sale in Barton-upon-Humber, All studios for sale in Barton-upon-Humber. It is not known which of these was intended here, and all are plausible. He was born in Penkhull. [155] Formerly a primarily industrial conurbation, it is now a centre for service industries and distribution centres. The Trent Barton Zig Zag Plus and Zig Zag. Stoke Spitfires was the name of the city's American football team. Enable JavaScript to see Google Maps. If travelling from the M1, follow signs for Sherwood Forest until you see the sign for Portland College. [129][130][131] It is thought that Bennett chose to write about five towns, rather than six, because he refused to acknowledge Fenton as a proper town. He did not meet the British side of his family until 1992 when Guns N' Roses played Wembley Stadium. In Burslem, the Queen's Theatre has been refurbished and restored at private expense. Kinchbus provides bus services for Loughborough. The Elizabethan Ford Green Hall is a 17th-century farmhouse which is now a historic house museum in Smallthorne. The Stoke mining industry set several national and international records. *Zoopla Limited is an appointed representative of uSwitch Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 312850) to provide this mortgage comparison service. [31] RAF Meir was located on the outskirts of the city. The council also operates sixteen children's centres, nine local service centres and five "one stop shops" for council services. The company was merged with the Trent bus company in 1989, becoming Trent Barton, and the Huntingdon Road garage eventually ceased being used as a bus transport site. [110] Currently, the city is represented at amateur level by Eastwood Hanley (1946–1997; re-established in 2014) and Hanley Town (established 1966).[111][112]. 21 - Apr. There is no magistrates' court. The £10 million Wedgwood Museum visitor centre opened in the firm's factory in Barlaston in October 2008. Find the travel option that best suits you. [99] There are two statues of Matthews in the city: one in Hanley, and one at the Bet365 Stadium. The city's Cultural Quarter in Hanley contains the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, the Regent Theatre and the Victoria Hall. Public Transport: Bus – the Trent-Barton bus service 27, stopping at Cossall Industrial Estate, about half a miles walk. Walk towards the Stairs leading down to Story Gardens, take the right junction in the road walk to the end… Can also be used on night buses until 4am. [159] It was due to continue in 2020, on 20 June, but was postponed because of Covid-19. World champion squash player, Great Britain and England international Angela Smith, was born in the city and was largely responsible for the ladies' game going open. 4. nesh meaning "soft, tender, or to easily get cold";[161] and slat meaning "to throw"[161]), the best known word is duck, which is used as a greeting to either men or women. [99] He also managed Port Vale from 1965 to 1968. The Golden Torch, a local nightclub, became the centre of the Northern soul scene in the early 1970s. Today the mines are all closed, though the scars of mining still remain on the landscape. [161], Another common variation on the standard English dialect is the use of the word shug for sugar. The bus stop is on the left. Other notable individuals and groups from the area include Andy Moor who is a DJ and producer,[144] Gertie Gitana (music hall star and singer),[145] Lemmy, the founder of the rock band Motörhead,[146][147][148] Patricia Leonard (singer/contralto),[149] Jem Finer (banjoist, The Pogues),[150] Broken Bones and Discharge (punk band), who invented the D-beat style. A bus company has announced passengers will be able to start using contactless payment from next week. It was not until 1 April 1910 that the "Six Towns" were brought together. About 9,000 firms are based in the city. [73] Many local people consider Trentham Gardens to be in Stoke-on-Trent but it is actually in the Borough of Stafford. This is usually used as a term of endearment when closing a sentence, as in "Ta Shug" (thank you, sugar). Government plans for Nottingham’s clean air zone outline how the city could impose charges for high-polluting vehicles using automatic number plate recognition cameras. [55], Other notable business people from the city include Reginald H. Jones (Chairman of General Electric), venture capitalist Jon Moulton, and John Madejski (chairman of Reading F.C. Stoke-on-Trent, as with all of the United Kingdom, experiences a temperate maritime climate, lacking in weather extremes. Nottinghamshire is now in the ‘red zone’ of a winter flu bug hitting the UK, according to a survey which tracks the virus. Although the city is named after the original town of Stoke, and the City Council offices are located there, the city centre is usually regarded as being in Hanley, which had earlier developed into a major commercial centre. The previously city council-run Mitchell Memorial Youth Theatre, based in Hanley, completed its £4.3m refurbishment in 2011 and is now known as the Mitchell Arts Centre. The most frequently suggested interpretations derive from a crossing point on the Roman road that ran from present-day Derby to Chesterton or the early presence of a church, said to have been founded in 670 AD. Follow Us @WoodlandAdventureZone. Especially notable were those mills located in the valley at Goldendale and Shelton below the hill towns of Tunstall, Burslem and Hanley. MAP OF BUS CONNECTIONS AT HUCKNALL TRAM STOP . Premier Foods make Mr Kipling slices and Cherry Bakewells in Trent Vale. He died without having heard many of his finest works. [43] 91.68% of the population of Stoke-on-Trent were born in the UK. There are also retail parks in Tunstall, Fenton and Longton. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone. The club bearing the area's name is Stoke City, who were formed in 1863 and is the second-oldest professional football club in England. [66] Meredith's election platform included a pledge to have another referendum on the post of elected mayor. A major re-structure of Stoke-on-Trent's high school system was proposed in 2007. The nearest Met Office weather station is Keele University, about four miles west of the city centre. The bus stops in this picture offer the Skylink Service to the city terminating on… Stoke-on-Trent is often known as "the city of five towns", because of the name given to it by local novelist Arnold Bennett and is the only polycentric city in the UK. In the 1980s Florence Colliery in Longton repeatedly set regional and national production records; in 1992 the combined Trentham Superpit (Hem Heath and Florence) was the first mine in Europe to produce 2.5 million saleable tonnes of coal. [citation needed]. and former owner of Auto Trader).[56]. Consumed in full, our booze rider in those days would have killed anyone but us. Filters £350,000. [41] First defined in 1967,[41] the vast majority of area covered is outside the city, but there are some landscape features and places of interest within that are covered by the designation mainly along its fringes, these include the Trentham and Goldenhill golf courses, Hem Heath Wood Nature Reserve, Meir Heath, Barlaston Common, Caverswall Cricket Club, Park Hall Nature Reserve, Chatterley Whitfield Country Park and enterprise centre, the villages of Baddeley Edge and Ravenscliffe, Bucknall Reservoir, Caldon Canal, the River Blythe, and the Head of Trent, Wedgwood Museum and estate, Strongford Treatment Works and Trent Vale Pumping Station. Mike Wolfe, an independent candidate, became the first directly elected mayor after an election on 17 October 2002, narrowly beating Labour Party candidate George Stevenson by just 300 votes. 4 bed detached house for sale. UK Latitude and Longitude is 53.5500 degrees N and 2.4333 degrees W. Map showing the geographic coordinates of UK states, major cities and towns. [11] Stoke derives from the Old English stoc, a word that at first meant little more than place, but which subsequently gained more specific – but divergent – connotations. Sea Road, Barton On Sea, New Milton BH25. Get connected Both Nottingham City Transport (NCT) and Trent Barton have loads of bus routes heading … North Staffordshire-based Dashyline was commissioned by Stoke-on-Trent City Council to create the artwork, which has been installed near Hanley bus station. The purpose-built theatre in the round New Vic Theatre is just outside the city's boundary in Newcastle-under-Lyme. [23][24] The abandoned subterranean mines are inaccessible, though they still add complications to many building projects and occasionally cause minor tremors, detectable only by specialised equipment. National Geographic stories take you on a journey that’s always enlightening, often surprising, and unfailingly fascinating. This never took place, due to strong objections from Newcastle Corporation. Vodafone has a large call centre on Festival Park and the UK subsidiary of the lubricant manufacturer Fuchs Petrolub has its head office at its factory in Hanley. This is a list of bus routes in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, United Kingdom. Shelton Steelworks' production of steel ended in 1978—instead of producing crude steel, they concentrated on rolling steel billet which was transported from Scunthorpe by rail. Slag heaps are still visible on the skyline, now covered with flora and fauna. It is situated at The Hive which is an extension to the Intu Potteries shopping centre. It is also the home of many of North Staffordshire's most renowned painters, including "The Potteries Lowry" aka Sid Kirkham, Vicky Mount, Dale Bowen, Kelvin Evans and Harry Davies. 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