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About the venue
Affectionately known as ‘The Potteries’, the historic city of Stoke-on-Trent is based in the heart of Staffordshire.
The city has claimed the title of ‘World Capital of Ceramics’. Stoke on Trent’s location makes the hotel a well-connected and easy-to-reach choice. Close to junction 15 and 16 of the M6 motorway, easy access to major link roads A500, A34, A50 and M1. Approximately one-hour drive from the cities of Derby, Birmingham and Manchester. Etruria Hall - 18th century home of the potter Josiah Wedgwood and childhood home of Charles Darwin’s mother. Etruria Hall is now the hotel’s impressive meetings and events centre. The hotel was built on the former 1986 National Garden Festival site and is one of the UK’s greenest cities, boasting almost 1,500 hectares of parkland and open spaces. This history, combined with modern facilities and great connectivity, makes the hotel a unique choice for overnight stays, business meetings, conferences and events.
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