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  1. Newcastle-under-Lyme
    A thriving market town with a reputation for markets, music & arts, Newcastle is home to the New Vic Theatre, Brampton Museum and nearby Dorothy Clive Garden.
  2. Cannock Chase
    The UK's smallest mainland designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Cannock Chase is ideal for walking, mountain biking & outdoor pursuits.
  3. Staffordshire Peak District
    From the rugged gritstone of the Roaches to the rolling river valleys of the Dove, Manifold and Churnet, the Staffordshire Peak District offers sublime countryside, attractive market towns and lovely villages. You'll also find great family attractions including Alton Towers Resort, Peak Wildlife Park and Churnet Valley Steam Railway.
  4. Lichfield & Tamworth
    Lichfield Cathedral is the jewel in the heritage city's crown, whilst Tamworth Castle is steeped in history and intrigue. You can also visit Drayton Manor Park, the SnowDome, National Memorial Arboretum and a host of heritage attractions nearby.
  5. Stafford
    The county town, Stafford has a vibrant market square, castle, theatre, cinema and Ancient High House. Plus plenty of shops and eateries.
  6. South Staffordshire
    With extensive parkland, historic houses, canals, walks & routes, pretty villages and the famous Kinver Rock Houses, South Staffordshire is idyllic.
  7. National Forest & Burton
    200 square miles of newly created forest at the heart of the country, the National Forest is a growing destination and the brewing town of Burton upon Trent a gateway to the forest's attractions. Nearby you'll also find Uttoxeter Racecourse, Barton Marina, National Memorial Aboretum and Hoar Cross Hall.
  8. The Potteries
    Affectionately known as The Potteries, the city of Stoke-on-Trent is still the world capital of ceramics and you can tour working pottery factories, visit museums & visitor centres, shop for bargains at the many pottery factory shops and even have a go at making your own masterpiece from clay on the potter's wheel!
  9. Scenic Places
    Explore Staffordshire's scenic places including forests and woodland, canals, lakes and rivers, hills and mountains.
  10. Towns & Villages
    With characterful market towns and pretty villages to explore, there's loads to see and do in Staffordshire.

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Cheddleton

Much of Cheddleton straddles the A520 immediately to the south of the river Churnet and the Caldon...

Penkridge

Penkridge is South Staffordshire’s most vibrant market village. There are lots of things to see and...

Tutbury

The Historic village of Tutbury is on the banks of the River Dove, and dominated by the remains of...

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