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LoveClay ceramic centre has launched its 2018 calendar of ceramic installations in Stoke-on-Trent.
Based at Valentine Clay new headquarters in Fenton, it has launched its first exhibition of the year with a private viewing event of ceramic artist Rob Parr’s new exhibition: A Stage of Clay.
The people of Stoke-on-Trent are backing the city’s bid to become City of Culture 2021 and are helping ensure that dream becomes a reality.
StaffsLive reporter Hattie Harrison has come up with eight reasons Potteries people deserve the prize and she’s making no apologies about being biased.
Wedgwood Museum in Barlaston is marking British Science Week with a range of new exhibits.
The national event, organised by the British Science Association is a 10-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths.
Families gathered at Gladstone Pottery Museum for the half-term Pottery Painting event.
Admissions started from £1 for all ages to have a go at painting a piece of traditional pottery at the famous factory.
The Prince of Wales visited Middleport Pottery in Burslem today to officially open The Prince of Wales Studios.
The Pottery received £200,000 from The Princes Regeneration Trust towards a £9 million conversion.
Wedgwood is celebrating National Apprenticeship Week by unveiling a bid to recruit two new apprentices.
The company in Barlaston has recruited 10 apprentices in the last five years.
Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton tours Emma Bridgewater pottery factory after designing her own charity mug
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton took her first look at the Emma Bridgewater mug that she designed to raise money for children with serious illnesses.
Kate, 33, who is a patron for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice (EACH) for which the mugs are raising money for, approached the Stoke-on-Trent ceramics firm with the idea after seeing her previous charity collections.
People across Stoke-on-Trent are excited about Kate Middleton’s fundraising visit to a local pottery factory.
The Duchess of Cambridge is set to attend Emma Bridgewater pottery factory in Hanley on February 18 to help create two new mugs to raise money for children with serious illnesses.
Hudson & Middleton Pottery in Longton is to receive £854,000 from English Heritage and the European Regional Development Fund to repair and expand its current building.
The Grade II listed building, on Normacot Road, will repair the front of the works, replacing panes, paint and downspouts to restore it to its original beauty.