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The Conservatives have increased their control of Staffordshire County Council following a landslide election victory. Labour suffered defeats across the...
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COMMUNITY-SPIRITED Painsley Catholic College students have been rewarded by Cheadle Lions Club. In total 27 students received Lions Clubs International's...
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MINISTERIAL congratulations have been received by a Staffordshire Moorlands school to mark progress made by children and to commend it...
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CHEADLE MP Sir Bill Cash has received a response to a petition submitted to the House of Commons calling for...
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A FORMER marine who has dedicated his life to alter perceptions of the disabled has been honoured at the House...
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COMMUNITY leaders are requesting that a proposed speed reduction being made on a main road into their town be reduced...
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Firefighters are tackling a large fire at Park Hall Country Park this evening. Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service say they...
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'Foolish' motorist James Baker managed to lose police during a high-speed pursuit before crashing into another car. The 24-year-old failed...
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Three men were arrested by armed police officers in Stoke-on-Trent. Police were alerted to reports that the men were in...
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A FORMER Staffordshire firefighter who was hailed a hero for tending to victims of the 7/7 London terrorist attacks and...
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A very warm welcome to Cheadle and to the incredible secret that makes this historic market town such a rewarding place to visit.

Nestling on the edge of the Staffordshire Peak District, Cheadle is well placed for visitors to the Moorlands, Peak District, Stoke-on-Trent, Trentham and Alton Towers. Wherever you’re heading, it’s well worth including Cheadle on your itinerary.

Like all the best-kept secrets, discovering the magic of Pugin’s Gem, quietly located in the centre of this thriving town . . . will take your breath away.

St Giles Roman Catholic Church (lovingly known as Pugin’s Gem) is regarded as one of the finest churches in Britain. Designed in the 19th Century by A.W.N. Pugin, one of the foremost architects of the Victorian age it is a masterpiece of gothic splendour.

Discover the History Trail created to guide you around the town. Browse Cheadle’s colourful market or take a break in one of the cafés and tearooms.

Cheadle is also within easy reach of the beautiful Churnet Valley and so much more besides.

Enjoy discovering the secret that is Cheadle

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