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Alan Lees Aug 15
buddeia by caldon canal
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RSPB Coombes Valley Aug 11
We are very excited to announce that ... POND DIPPING IS BACK! Some very exciting and rare newts have decided to live in our pond this year, which means that we will now be running pond dipping on a supervised basis only. To book pond dipping, please contact mel.brown@rspb.org.uk
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RSPB Coombes Valley Aug 13
Our Big Wild Pyjama Party is THIS WEEKEND! The forecast is looking dry and the campfire is being prepared - why not come along and spend a magical evening exploring nature after dark 🦉🦇🦔 More details on our Facebook page
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Cauldon Aug 13
We’re proud to again be one of the sponsor of – the winning was Kingsley Holt – congratulations!
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Cauldon Aug 13
RT It's only 2 weeks till our Big Wild Pyjama Party! Come along to this after-hours event and experience the amazing nocturnal nature we have at Coombes! Visit our Facebook page for more details!
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Churnet Valley Aug 10
Very interesting of Churnet Valley. Which brick pit did you visit ?
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Churnet Valley Aug 10
A date for the diary.
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Churnet Valley Aug 10
Replying to @CRTrobadcock
It's on Facebook today. I hope you follow our page too. Many thanks for sharing.
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Churnet Valley Aug 10
Replying to @prong365
Fab picture. Could you message us where it was taken? Thanks for sharing.
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AshtreesLtd Aug 8
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Gladstone P Museum Aug 8
Take a look at our What's On page for more details about the 2 great themed events coming up on Saturday -a talk about their history & the ancient ceremony of the Grand Order of Oatcake Tasters! Both are free.
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Alan Lees Aug 8
Evening in , so many lovely things to see with a threatening sky.
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Churnet Valley Aug 9
Do you have a recent photo of somewhere in the Churnet Valley we could use for our Friday Facebook challenge? Get snapping lovely tweeps, send em over...
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Gladstone P Museum Aug 8
There are places left on our Historic Buildings of Longton talk this afternoon at 2pm. Find out more about some of the town's significant buildings & their history. Free (normal admission applies to the museum), call 01782 237777 to book.
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Alan Lees Aug 8
Gib Torr Rocks give beautiful views and so close to and
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Kingsley Vil'ge Hall Aug 8
George Ramsell was serving with the Tank Corps and had been in the army and serving in France for almost three years when he was killed. His story is HERE He still has family living locally who keep his memory alive. George is...
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Churnet Valley Aug 8
Our nearest trig point is The Roaches .
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Churnet Valley Aug 8
Commemoration is surely a reference to the past. Oatcakes live! They are a staple diet round here.
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Catherine Doel Aug 8
Do we love our trig points? Could you pass one without stopping? Do you plan walks to them? Please help with my research.
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Potteries Dialect 🏺 Aug 7
Replying to @potteriesbuses
Q: If a buzz leaves Chell at 8am fer Tunster, travleen at 30mph, n a buzz leaves Tunster fer Chell, on th'sem 6 marl rewt, travleen at 15mph, what did th' buzz drivers av fer breakfast? A: Oatcakes o cowse! Appy
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