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Trentham Through Time By Alan Myatt

Trentham Through Time by Alan Myatt

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This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Trentham has changed and developed over the last century.

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Trentham Through Time by Alan Myatt

Home to earls, marquises and dukes, where church towers and bells disappeared and rivers changed course, Trentham has many stories to tell. Known as the 'playground of the Midlands', over the years Trentham has been frequented by kings and leaders such as Benjamin Disraeli and Winston Churchill. A place of sylvan parkland and manicured gardens, the Trentham Estate features a huge mausoleum and the Italianate gardens remain a popular tourist destination. Today Trentham forms a bustling southern suburb of Stoke-on-Trent, but has maintained its own distinct identity over the years. Within a mile of the Staffordshire Potteries, Trentham continues to draw visitors from far and wide keen to discover its rich history. Join author Alan Myatt on a tour of Trentham's past and present, highlighting the area's many points of interest. Trentham Through Time is an essential volume for anyone who knows and loves this area.

About Alan Myatt

Alan Myatt was born and raised in Blurton and has always been interested in local history. He has spent many hours researching the local areas of Blurton and Trentham looking into their history and its people. He loves to share his knowledge with others, having led local history walks for several years, and is delighted when someone says, 'I never knew that!' He has written several books for Amberley on the local history of Blurton and Trentham.

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Trentham Through Time by Alan Myatt
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