Six Ways to Treat Your Mum this Mother's Day
There's something for all mums in Staffordshire, from soothing spas to mouth-watering menus and glorious gardens.
Here's our guide to the best Mother's Day ideas in Staffordshire.
A cuppa in stunning surroundings
The unique tea emporium at World of Wedgwood offers a chance to sample more than 50 teas from around the world.
How about a splash of Oolong from China, or Lelsa Pai Mu Tan from Africa, to wash down a decadent afternoon tea from the Wedgwood Tea Room, featuring finger sandwiches, dainty cakes and fancies?
All mums receive their own Wedgwood keepsake, plus free entry to the Wedgwood Museum and Factory Tour.
Strictly-inspired fun at the New Vic
Fans of Strictly Come Dancing will love the new production at the New Vic Theatre, Kiss Me Quickstep.
Inspired by playwright Amanda Whittington's love of dance, the show reveals the truth behind the fixed smiles and fake tans in the world of ballroom.
Kiss Me Quickstep begins its run on Friday 4th March.
Explore our glorious gardens
Explore some of Staffordshire's stunning Capability Brown settings.
Mums go free at the Trentham Estate, so take a relaxing stroll around the Italian Gardens, or sample the ultimate three-course lunch at Weston Park followed by a look at Brown's famous landscaped parkland.
Or for something quintessentially English, try the vintage afternoon tea at the beautiful Dorothy Clive Garden.
A well-earned pampering session
If you want to pamper your mum for Mother's Day this year, look no further than The Mill Wheel Spa at The Three Horseshoes Country Hotel in the Staffordshire Peak District.
Both include a two or three course lunch in the Stables Restaurant.
One for adrenaline junkies!
Thrill-seeking mums will be able to take on the rides at Thomas Land at Drayton Manor for Mother's Day.
Enjoy a two-course carvery at the Parklands Restaurant at the Drayton Manor Hotel first and get into the theme park for just £10 per person!
All mums get a free gift too!
Eat in a top restaurant
Head for Swinfen Hall – the only restaurant in the county with three AA rosettes – for a traditional Sunday lunch (£48pp), with Champagne and canapes on arrival.
Entertainment comes from master magician David Oakley and house pianist Chris Williams.