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The county of Staffordshire in England's north midlands covers an area of just over 1,000 square miles and has a population of just over 1 million. It stretches from near Birmingham in the south almost all the way to Manchester in the north but most people pass through this largely flat county without realising what gems it has in store for the tourist. Staffordshire can boast the town of Stoke-on-Trent at the heart of the famous 'Potteries' district, a fine red brick cathedral at Lichfield, Britain's best theme park at Alton Towers and a beer-lovers delight in Burton-on-Trent. Apart from the world famous china and earthenware produced in the potteries, Staffordshire produces coal from the north of the county. It's main town's are the city of Stoke and its administrative headquarters the town of Stafford. The name Staffordshire comes from the Old English 'steath' ('landing place') and a ford - ie ford by the landing place
Alton Towers

Alton Towers boasts over 150 rides and attractions and is a great family day out. It is Britain's most popular theme park and one of the best in Europe. Alton Towers lies in the countryside just outside the pretty village of Alton in Staffordshire (between Stoke-on-Trent and Ashbourne). The most popular rides include the world's first vertical drop rollercoaster Oblivion which is worth braving the long queues for, Nemesis, Log Flume, Corkscrew, Black Hole, River Rapids, Ripsaw, Haunted House and Blade.


In addition to its red brick cathedral, Samuel Johnson, the dictionary pioneer was born in Lichfield in 1709 and there is a Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum in the city. The cathedral hosts The Lichfield Gospels an illuminated manuscript dating from 730 which is displayed in the vault.

Other places to visit in Staffordshire include Alton Audley Barton-under-Needwood Biddulph Burntwood Burton-upon-Trent Cannock Eccleshall Essington Hanley Hednesford Hixon Keele Leek Lichfield Newcastle-under-Lyme Penkridge Rugeley Shenstone Stafford Stoke-on-Trent Stone Tamworth Tutbury Uttoxeter Wombourne

Stoke-on-Trent which has visitor centres for the Wedgewood, Spode and Royal Doulton porcelain factories
Biddulph Gardens with their Chinese and Egyptian corners
Bass Museum and visitor centre at Burton-on-Trent (Bass brewery)
15th century Little Moreton Hall - England's most spectacular black and white timber-framed house




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