Emma Bridgewater (yes The Emma Bridgewater) blog post with lovely piece about shopping in Leek.
For more see Emma’s blog at http://www.emmabridgewater.co.uk/en/uk/stry/emmablog151005
Setting up home in The Villas! October 2015
Well it’s been a bit of a surprise… Continue reading
This October, the award winning, historic market town of Leek plays host to an array of local, national and international talent showcasing the very best in Blues music and beyond. For 5 days the town will become alive to the… Continue reading
VJ Day was commemorated throughout Leek Town centre with a Party For Peace Celebrating 70 years of peace since WW2 ended. The day started with a remembrance service at the Nicholson Memorial at 11am. Seven standard bearers… Continue reading
The 2nd Leek Fest was held in Leek town centre on Sunday 2nd August 2015 on a glorious sunny day. The idea of Leek Fest originated from the ‘Cock & Buck’ story when the Roebuck (Buck) and Cock Inn (Cock)!… Continue reading
Dr Plot wrote about Leek’s infamous Double Sunset in 1686 in his book The Natural History Of Stafford-shire. On the eve of The Double Sunset the sun appears to set then rise and finally set again, the double sunset!… Continue reading
Come along to our Shriek in Leek weekend and see freestyle fire jugglers performing their art in Sparrow Park on Sunday 2nd November between 11am and 2pm!
New book to be launched 13 November by renowned local historian and author Cathryn Walton!
Hidden Lives contains hundred of photographs in black and white and colour . It covers aspects of Leek from Victorian days and reveals the lives… Continue reading
Legendary boogie woogie blues pianist Mike Sanchez will be headling at our Leek Blues & Americana Festival this weekend! Get your tickets for Mike’s performance at The Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek quickly!
Mike is one of kthe most influential… Continue reading
The Nicholson Museum & Art Gallery hosts exhibitions and events throughout the year…. to find out what’s on when you Visit Leek then ring Staffordshire Moorlands Tourist Information Centre on 01538 483741 to get your copy!