Five great Staffordshire Pokestops
Staffordshire has been well and truly gripped by Pokemon Go Fever!
There are lots of Pokestops and Pokegyms around the county, in some of our top destinations - here are five of the best.
Why not explore some of them this summer and hunt some Poliwags and Slowpokes at the same time?
The Trentham Estate
As well as being home to barefoot walks, 14 enchanted fairies and 140 Barbary macaques, The Trentham Estate has loads of Pokestops and four Pokegyms!
There's also a gym - and some great views of the stunning Staffordshire countryside - at the monument of the Duke of Sutherland.
Take a relaxing stroll around the gardens and you might bump into Geodude!
There are plenty of Pokemon to be captured at Trentham Monkey Forest too!
The entrance and park are both Pokestops, and there are a few more dotted around on the paths.
Head along and meet the baby macaques and catch Pidgey while you're at it.
Stafford is a great place for catching Rattatas, like this one in the coffee shop at The Swan.
Many Church of England churches are Pokestops, so you'll also find pokemon at St Chad's and St Mary's, which are both a few feet away from The Swan.
First, take a break from hunting and grab a slice of this Pokecake!
You could always fit in some pokemon hunting around a snowboarding lesson at Tamworth Snowdome, which is a Pokespot and a Pokegym.
There are ski and snowboard summer camps, including freestyle snowboarding coaching from The Booby Trap, plus ice-skating, adrenaline tubing and more, once you've caught everything.
If you fancy a battle, go head-to-head with Charizard in the Pokegym.
Explore some local heritage and hunt Vaporeons and Hypnos at Middleport Pottery, home of the BBC's Great Pottery Throw Down, as well as a gym and two Pokestops!
Just don't forget to keep an eye on where you're going - there's a great canal to relax by but falling in it isn't much fun!