Stoke-On-Trent became a city in 1910 by amalgamating 6 Staffordshire towns. Internationally renowned for its pottery trade, the city is commonly called the Potteries. As manufacturing declined, footage moves its focus across to the daily lives and leisure of the city’s local residents.
The market town of Leek is in the English county of Staffordshire. It’s about 10 miles (or 16 kilometres) north east of Stoke-on-Trent, next to the River Churnet, and has easy access to excellent walking terrain in the Peak District National Park.
Videos of the city of Stafford and the County of Staffordshire reflect the changing nature of this part of the West Midlands in the UK.