St Marks’ Church

*Exhibition now closed*​

St Mark’s is a Grade II listed church which dates back to 1834. Situated in Shelton, its towering steeple can be seen across the city.

The Victorian Minton tiles adorning the building reflect St Mark’s links to Stoke-on-Trent’s ceramic heritage, together with three stunning terracotta reliefs by renowned ceramic artist George Tinworth.

** Please note that St Mark’s is currently undergoing a major restoration, so don’t be put off by the scaffolding and metal sheeting surrounding the exterior of the church – the inside of the building is unaffected by the work and provides a welcoming space for our events and exhibitions. **

Opening Times

Exhibition Now Closed

Fenton Town Hall

*Exhibition now closed*

Built in 1888, the iconic Fenton Town Hall lies in the heart of Fenton, dominating Albert Square and forming part of one of the finest urban spaces in Stoke-on-Trent.

After many years as Magistrates Courts, Fenton Town Hall is now home to a lively community of local businesses and community groups, a café and an art gallery.

Opening Times

Exhibition Now Closed

Brampton Museum

*Front Display Exhibition now closed*

Nestling in Newcastle-under-Lyme’s leafy Brampton Park, Brampton Museum recently underwent a 2-year £850,000 redevelopment to create a new events space, gallery and other facilities.

The Museum occupies a building originally known as The Firs, a private family residence built in 1855 within extensive grounds. The facility was acquired by the Borough Council in 1956.

The front display exhibition is now closed

Clay College

Located within the stunning Grade II listed Middleport Pottery site, Clay College Stoke offers a skills-based, full-time ceramics course taught by potters who make a living through ceramics.

Established in September 2017, the college’s mission is to teach practical pottery skills and design to an international standard and to create highly-skilled, self-sufficient and diverse makers.

Opening Times

Tuesday – Sunday  |  11.00am – 3.00pm

Barewall Art Gallery

Barewall Art Gallery is located in Burslem, the town affectionately known as the ‘mother of the potteries’ and the birthplace of Josiah Wedgwood in July 1730.

Established in 2010, Barewall Art Gallery offers art, ceramics and sculptures by artists from and connected to Staffordshire, Cheshire and the North.

Opening Times

Tuesday – Saturday  |  10.00am – 4.00pm