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Ladies and Gent’s Clothing and Accessories

11/01/202117:1618/01/2021 09:50

Leekfrith Iron Age Torcs

07/11/201715:2202/01/2018 11:09

Discovered in the Staffordshire Moorlands, these three gold neck torcs and one bracelet from the Iron Age were declared Treasure earlier this year and have been valued at £325,000. This fabulous gold jewellery, was unearthed by metal detectorists in 2016. The intricate decoration on the bracelet is a rare example of Early Celtic art. The […]

Local History

29/09/201710:2321/11/2019 13:31

The Local History gallery represents the history of the people of Stoke-on-Trent. Arranged as a series of room settings depicting domestic and working life it includes a schoolroom, a pub and a chip shop. The City’s mining history is remembered through the tools of the trade and a monumental sculpture made of coal. The gallery […]

Local Potters

11/11/202012:3904/02/2021 14:09

Reflecting the city’s industrial heritage our shop features a wide range of studio pottery created by local artists. Moorland Pottery Established in 1960, Moorland Pottery produce brilliantly playful ware that reflects Stoke-on-Trent’s rich culture. Anita Harris Anita Harris art pottery is globally renowned and collected across the world. Anita has designed many best-selling ranges over […]

Lockdown DIY: Creating a Small Garden Pond from Recycled Materials

11/06/202012:0411/06/2020 12:17Leave a Comment

One of the best ways to help wildlife in your garden is to create a pond. This provides a habitat for freshwater plants and insects, or even fish and frogs. As a keen aquarist, I’ve longed for a pond since buying our first home a couple of years ago, but with only a small lawn […]

Mad March Hares

02/03/201813:0001/03/2021 09:28Leave a Comment

Spring is a good time to see Brown hares in the countryside. Although normally nocturnal and cautious of daytime predators, the warmer weather makes them more active and they can be seen chasing each other in fields and meadows alongside the edges of woods and hedgerows. The famous ‘boxing’ activity is between a male and […]

Magnificent Minibeast Safari

28/05/202009:5810/12/2020 09:35

23/05/2009 – 20/09/2009

Make a Water Magnifier – Potty Science Club

05/05/202110:0004/05/2021 09:11Leave a Comment

We hope you had a go at our last experiment – How did you get on? Did you manage to float a paperclip? In this session we will be continuing our experiments with water. In the Natural Science Gallery at The Potteries Museum we have some splendid exhibits of large fishes. But sometimes fishes can look […]

Meet Bobby

16/04/202012:3709/06/2020 16:56Leave a Comment

Drum Major Bunnykins reporting for duty. My friends call me Bobby. Ozzy has asked me to bounce by to say hello. I am the leader of The Bunnykins Oomph Band – me and the other bunnies/rabbits march around the Ceramics Gallery, playing music for our friends. We only play when there are no visitors around […]

Meet Felicity

16/04/202010:4421/04/2020 14:09Leave a Comment

Hello everyone. Have you seen Ozzy fly by? He asked me to hop over to meet some of his friends – he must mean you. I’m Felicity Frog and it’s a pleasure to meet you. I belong to a large family of frogs. They live in Russia now but I stayed here to tell our […]