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Cheadle Party In The Park 2017 Community Spirit Last Weekend Community celebrates Cheadle's Party in the Park 2017. The weather...
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New large screen TVs and an extended bar are among the additions at a popular pub after the venue underwent...
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Plans to build hundreds of new homes in Cheadle have moved a step closer despite major traffic fears. After years...
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A DRAYCOTT in the Moors man has been jailed for three years for supplying Class A and B drugs in...
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Friday July 21 Leek Morris Practice 7.30pm to 9pm at the 2nd Leek Scouts Headquarters, Clerk Bank, Leek. All dancers,...
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CAMPAIGNERS from Leek took part in a mass protest at hospital bed closures during a meeting of health chiefs yesterday....
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Police investigating a crash which killed a 22-year-old woman have now arrested a man on suspicion of causing death by...
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CHEADLE is in danger of losing a vital support service after funding was cut by a number of sources, community...
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VOLUNTEERS are planning to resurrect part of a disused railway line into a public footpath, cycle route and bridle way....
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A new Pubwatch scheme has been set up, covering pubs in the town and surrounding villages. Members can share information...
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Welcome

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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