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Meet Stoke


Welcoming students at Staffordshire University and Keele University.

Until 100 years ago, Stoke wasn’t just Stoke. It was six separate towns. Which explains a lot, because variety is what you get in this booming Northern city.

Here you’ll find the UK’s largest hoard of Anglo Saxon gold. Its biggest collection of free-roaming monkeys (140 barbary macaques in the Trentham Estate). The Regent: a magnificent Art Deco theatre. And the birthplace of Robbie Williams, the Spitfire, and the oatcake, too.

Not to mention the beating heart of the Staffordshire pottery industry. That’s why Stoke is affectionately known as the Potteries. But it’s also been called the ceramics capital of the world. This heritage is everywhere – no more so than at the factory of the city’s most famous export: Wedgwood china.

Add to this a renowned football team, the UK’s best-known theme park (Alton Towers), and the ever-expanding V Festival, and you start to get the picture: Stoke is on the up.

To cap it all off? Cost of living here is the third cheapest in the UK.

Our places in Stoke

They’re all great but slightly different, check them all out and let us know which one is your favourite.

Caledonia Mills

Modern living in a welcoming environment.

Prices from £80.00
per week

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