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Leek College

Leek College is committed to providing the highest quality standards of education, training and recreational opportunities to its students. The College is situated at Leek, Staffordshire. Leek College of Further Education and School of Art offers courses like Access to Higher Education, Arts & Design, Beauty Therapies, Biology, Business, Childcare & Educational, Computing, Engineering, Hairdressing, Health & Social Care, IT, Mathematics, Media Studies, Photography, Psychology, and Skills for Life.

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Whiston Hall Golf Club - Stoke-On-Trent

Whiston Hall Golf Course is a unique and challenging 18 hole, par 71 course which is 5784 yards in length. When playing the course you will experience many strategically located bunkers, water hazards, semi-rough and dog leg shots. Beautifully and professionally landscaped, the course is set amongst some of the most peaceful and picturesque countryside within the area. We are continually adding and improving the course throughout every year from creating new challenging Teesto adding wooded areas and sculpted semi-rough, which all add to the enjoyment and fulfillment of playing Whiston Hall.

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Stoke City Football Club

The stadium opened in 1997, looks imposing from afar, as it is perched on a hill with hardly any buildings around it. It looks good when lit up at night. A vast improvement on the old Victoria Ground which has now sadly been demolished. It is a fair sized stadium comprising three separate stands, one of which extends half way around the ground. I'm a great fan of grounds which are totally enclosed, so it is a shame that this new ground has three open corners. Internally, I found the stadium a bit lacking in character, however I'm sure this will develop in time. In one corner of the ground next to the away end is a large electric scoreboard.

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Port Vale Football Club

Port Vale Football Club Formed in 1876. At one end of the ground is the Phones4U stand, a single tiered all seated stand with an electric scoreboard on the roof. This stand houses the away supporters and replaced a former open terrace. Opposite is the Big AM Stand, covered and all seated. The Tricell Stand (also known as the Railway Stand) on one side is covered and all seated.The other side, the Lorne Street Stand, is a relatively new smart looking 5,000 all seated stand, complete with 48 executive boxes. To keep some sense of history the original clock from the old stand has been incorporated into this new section.

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Emma Bridgewater

Enjoy a day out at our delighful Victorian working factory. Relax in the kitchen cafe by the Aga, Take a factory tour, Decorate your own masterpiece in the studio, Visit our little garden, Shop for factory seconds and amazing gifts.


Staffordshire University

Staffordshire University is a public university established in 1992. Around 16,000 students make up the university that is based in Staffordshire, United Kingdom. The University operates out of 2 primary campuses and 4 smaller campuses. The campuses are at Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford, Lichfield and Shrewsbury. Programs like Law, Business, Sciences, Applied Computing, Arts, Design and Media Production are offered. The University awards undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, in addition to foundation degrees, HND courses, continuous professional development programs and distance learning.

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Biddulph Grange Garden - Staffordshire

The extraordinary gardens of Biddulph Grange in Staffordshire are a wonder to behold. You can experience styles from across the world within the confines of these gardens. Created around 150 years ago, Biddulph Grange Garden is the product of an extraordinary imagination. Designed in the mid 19th century as a series of connecting 'compartments', one of Britain's most exciting and unusual gardens. Featuring the imitation of the Great Wall of China, the Egyptian Court as well as pinetum, rock-gardens and fernery.James Bateman designed it as a rich and varied series of 'gardens within a garden', to amaze and impress his friends and visitors.

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Newcastle-under-Lyme Golf Club - Newcastle

Founded in 1908, Newcastle-under-Lyme Golf Club has always been based on its present site but, from the original 9 holes, has been extended to the present 18 holes which have been in use since the 1960's. Much of the course is played through mature woodlands and presents a stern test for all degrees of proficiency, in particular the 15th, the signature hole. We hope that you enjoy not only the course, but also the hospitality of our members and staff. We have a very attractive Clubhouse and dining room and the catering is of a very high standard. We look forward to welcoming you at Newcastle.

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Keele Golf Centre - Newcastle

Welcome to Jack Barker's World of Golf. This undulating course, carved through the mature trees which once formed part of the old Keele Hall Park measures some 6396 yards, par 72 from the back tees. Carefully designed by world famous golf architect Fred Hawtree, Keele Golf Centre provides the most heavenly bunkered of Jack's courses. The greens are now considered some of the best in the county. The adjacent 30 Bay Driving Range provides the ideal practice facility to hone your swing before your round.

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The Keele University

The Keele University (originally College of North Staffordshire) was founded in 1949 and received its Charter as the University of Keele in 1962. There are 6,897 full-time students and 1,429 students engaged in part-time degrees or diplomas at the university. The University is located in Keele, Staffordshire. It offers both Dual Honours program and Interdisciplinary Single Honours courses at the UG level and postgraduate research degrees. Accommodation facilities are made available for all its students at the university.


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