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Attractions & Activities in or near Froghall

The County of Froghall is Staffordshire. Froghall is a village located about ten miles the 39, is from Stoke-on-Trent and two miles north of Cheadle in Staffordshire, England. Froghall is situated in the Churnet valley, a beautiful part of Staffordshire and relatively preserved. There are some excellent and challenging walks in the area, many of which cover the area of ??historical development by the coal, iron ore, copper and limestone industries. For a relatively small village, there was a lot of the historical development and around Froghall by industry over the last hundred years. The main feature of the village is 39; copper plant history of Thomas Bolton and his son, s 39, now called Bolton copper. A batch of 39; plant is currently under demolition of abandoned, but much is still used for the production of rotor bars and profiles. The Thomas Bolton Copperworks Froghall and the works in the firme nearby village of Oakamoor are famous for the world s first transatlantic telegraph cable, the allocation which has been put into factories and mills. Attractions and Activities in or near Froghall Churnet Valley Railway and Gladstone Pottery Museum are listed below.
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0.3 miles from the centre of Froghall
Churnet Valley Railway is a fantastic day out for the family. 30 minuets from Stoke-on-Trent & Macclesfield, kids love the steam train in Staffordshire
7.2 miles from the centre of Froghall
Discover the world of pottery at Gladstone Pottery Museum Stoke on Trent has become synonymous with pottery and the Gladstone Pottery Museum tells the tale of this part of England and its artistic pedigree. This is the last complete Victorian pottery factory in the country and it has been beautifully preserved to be a living legacy on this area's amazing creative heritage. You'll discover how bone china tableware was made in the original workshops and glimpse the giant bottle kilns o...
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