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  1. Add Sir Stanley Matthews (Bet365 Stadium) to your Itinerary

    Sir Stanley Matthews (Bet365 Stadium)

    Address:

    Britannia Stadium, Stanley Matthews Way, Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 4EG

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    Stoke

    Sculptors: Julian Jeffery, Carl Payne, Andy Edwards. The three nine foot statues were made by local artists, showing Sir Stanley at different stages of his football career, which spanned more than 30 years.

  2. Add Zoomorphic Mount to your Itinerary

    Zoomorphic Mount

    Address:

    Phoenix Retail Park, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, ST3 2JB

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Type:

    Public Art

    Longton

    Made by: Artworks: Phil Brown (Project Manager), Jak Forester and Dan Cutter
    This mount is inspired by a gold artefact from The Staffordshire Hoard and depicts two views of a fish eagle holding a salmon.

  3. Add Arnold Bennett Statue to your Itinerary

    Arnold Bennett Statue

    Address:

    Bethesda Street, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 3DW

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    City Centre

    Sculptor: Michael Talbot and Carl Payne. The statue of author Arnold Bennett (1867 - 1931) is located on Bethesda Street outside The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery in Hanley.

  4. Add Josiah Wedgwood (City Centre) to your Itinerary

    Josiah Wedgwood (City Centre)

    Address:

    Festival Way, Etruria, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 5BQ

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    City Centre

    This is the head of Josiah Wedgwood carved out of large red bricks, made in 1986 for the National Garden Festival, Stoke-on-Trent.

  5. Add Lance-Sergeant John Baskeyfield VC to your Itinerary

    Lance-Sergeant John Baskeyfield VC

    Address:

    Greyhound Way/Pavilion Drive Roundabout, Festival Retail Park, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 5NZ

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    City Centre

    Born in Burslem in 1922, Lance-Sergeant John Daniel Baskeyfield VC was recipient of the Victoria Cross.

  6. Add Privilege to your Itinerary

    Privilege

    Address:

    Cavour Street and Etruria Old Road, Alongside A53 through Etruria, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 5PT

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    City Centre

    Sculptor: Denis O’Connor. A sculpture which reflects the local area’s past achievements and future aspirations.

  7. Add Love Ties to your Itinerary

    Love Ties

    Address:

    Hanley Park, College Road, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 4DX

    Telephone:

    01782 2376000

    Type

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    Public Art

    City Centre

    Sculptor: Emily Campbell. Love Ties was created after the artist worked with local people in a series of workshops to uncover their love letters.

  8. Add Golden (The Flame that Never Dies) to your Itinerary

    Golden (The Flame that Never Dies)

    Address:

    Chatterley Valley, Chatterley Road, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, near, ST6 5JA

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

    Type

    Type:

    Public Art

    Stoke-on-Trent

    Golden: The Flame That Never Dies, an iconic 21 meter high public artwork designed by internationally renowned artist Wolfgang Buttress (www.wolfgangbuttress.com ), was installed on the old Goldendale Ironworks site in Tunstall, Stoke on Trent in…

  9. Add Hand With Chronos to your Itinerary

    Hand With Chronos

    Address:

    Situated at the end of platform 2, Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station, Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 2AA

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    Stoke

    Sculptor: Vincent Woropay. Originally commissioned for the National Garden Festival at Gateshead in 1990, this small figure stands on the open palm of a large upright hand.

  10. Add Another Gift to your Itinerary

    Another Gift

    Address:

    Corner of Kingsway and Glebe Street, Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 1HH

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    Stoke

    Sculptor: Liz Lemon. Liz Lemon’s startling piece of art, sits on the corner of Kingsway in Stoke.

  11. Add R. J. Mitchell to your Itinerary

    R. J. Mitchell

    Address:

    Broad Street, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 4HG

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    City Centre

    Sculptor: UnKnown. Reginald Mitchell was born near Stoke-on-Trent and was an aeronautical engineer and aircraft designer who was most famous for the legendary Spitfire fighter plane.

  12. Add Man of Steel to your Itinerary

    Man of Steel

    Address:

    Broad Street, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 4HG

    Telephone:

    01782 2376000

    Type

    Type:

    Public Art

    City Centre

    Sculptor: Colin Melbourne. This sculpture of a steelworker illustrates the struggle of the Shelton Bar steelworkers to retain their livelihood and preserve the future of their works.

  13. Add Tree Stories to your Itinerary

    Tree Stories

    Address:

    Central Forest Park, Town Road, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, near, ST1 2LD

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

    Type

    Type:

    Public Art

    City Centre

    Sculptor: Denis O’Connor. This metal sculpture aims to reflect the area’s mining history.

  14. Add The Spirit of Fire to your Itinerary

    The Spirit of Fire

    Address:

    Exterior of Debenhams, Intu Potteries, Stafford Street, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 1PS

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

    Type

    Type:

    Public Art

    City Centre

    Sculptor: David Wynne. Nicknamed as Jack Frost, this spikey metal sculpture of a man symbolises the fires that fuelled the city’s main industries of ceramics, mining and steelworks.

  15. Add Traditional Industries to your Itinerary

    Traditional Industries

    Address:

    Woodbank Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, near, ST6 3QB

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Public Art

    Burslem

    Sculptor: John McKenna. A triptych celebrating the three traditional industries of Burslem; brick manufacture, mining and pottery.

  16. Add The Mayfly Throne to your Itinerary

    The Mayfly Throne

    Address:

    Burslem Park, Moorland Road, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 1EA

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

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    Type:

    Public Art

    Burslem

    Sculptor: Andy Edwards, Phil Hardaker. A steel sculpture inspired by the lifecycle of the Mayfly located in the beautiful surroundings of Burslem park.

  17. Add Afloat to your Itinerary

    Afloat

    Address:

    Westport Lake, Westport Lake Road, Longport, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 4RZ

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

    Type

    Type:

    Public Art

    Tunstall

    Sculptor: Martin Heron. Stainless steel sculpture created for the Westport Lake nature reserve.

  18. Add War Memorial (Burslem) to your Itinerary

    War Memorial (Burslem)

    Address:

    Swan Square, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 2AE

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

    Type

    Type:

    Public Art

    Burslem

    Sculptor: C Wallett

  19. Add Tunstall Shard to your Itinerary

    Tunstall Shard

    Address:

    Jasper Square, Scotia Road, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 6AT

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

    Type

    Type:

    Public Art

    Tunstall

    Sculptor: Robert Erskine. This sculpture is inspired by a shard of pottery from Roman times that was found in an underground oven when the former Wedgwood pottery site in the city was being redeveloped.

  20. Add Unearthed to your Itinerary

    Unearthed

    Address:

    Lidice Way, City Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 3AD

    Telephone:

    01782 236000

    Type

    Type:

    Public Art

    City Centre

    Sculptors: Dashyline. The Czech village of Lidice was destroyed by the Nazi’s in 1942 in retaliation for the assassination of Nazi Lieutenant General and Deputy Reich Protector of Bohemia and Moravia Reinhard Heydrich.