The Chapels Society Fostering public interest in nonconformist places of worship in the UK
Churches Conservation Trust Caring for outstanding Anglican churches no longer needed for parish use
Department for Culture, Media and Sport The government department dealing with cultural, creative and leisure issues
English Heritage Caring for and promoting England's historical environment
Heritage Lottery Fund Making grants to open up our nation’s heritage for everyone to enjoy
Heritage Open Days Offering free access to properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission
Historic Chapels Trust Taking into ownership redundant non-Anglican places of worship of outstanding interest in England
Institute of Historic Building Conservation Representing conservation professionals in the UK and Ireland

Local organisations and history

Biddulph Male Voice Choir Formed in 1922 and presented many concerts over the years both in the United Kingdom and Abroad.
Stoke City Council For information on all aspects of the work and services of Stoke City Council
Gladstone Pottery Museum A unique working museum where you can see how 19th-century potters worked
The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery Revealing the story of Stoke-on-Trent's people, industry, products and landscapes through displays of pottery, community history, archaeology, geology and wildlife. And there's a 360º panorama of an exhibit you might not have expected!
The Potteries.org Specialising in the local history of the six towns of Stoke
Arnold Bennett The writer who made Hanley and the other towns famous
The Sentinel Stoke-on-Trent's local newspaper
Stoke Uncovered An enthusiast's website about Stoke


The Methodist Church The history, beliefs and structure of the Methodist Church in the UK
Methodist Heritage For anyone researching the history of Methodism or interested in visiting historic Methodist buildings
Methodist Archives and Research Centre Part of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester


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