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Churnet Valley Guide


Explore and appreciate all the characteristics of Staffordshire's precious jewel, the Churnet Valley landscape. These photos and locations showcase the very essence of this wonderful landscape.

Rough Rock


There are clues all around that reveal the heritage of the valley. Take a look at the man-made heritage features that have made such an impact and consider how it was then and is now.

Bradnop Station


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Images contributed by Andrew L Cope, Laura Bird and David Cadman

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Upcoming events

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27 April 2018

Our next event is a Countryside Stewardship Clinic, where we are providing information and advice about the various schemes that are currently around as well as looking at a potential fund that is available for water-related projects.

We will be covering:

28 April 2018

Come along and find a bargain.
Bric-a-brac, CDs, DVDs, clothes, toiletries, books etc.
Free admission
Find out more about our work

29 April 2018

Supporting Animal Charities
Every Sunday
(excluding Easter Sunday 1st April)
£6.00 per car

29 April 2018

The Mid Churnet Benefice comprises of:-
St. Werburgh's, Kingsley - St. Mark's Foxt - St. Mildred's, Whiston - St. John's Cotton and Holy Trinity Oakamoor.
Join us for the 5th Sunday Benefice Service where, we all worship together.


See a map with all points of interest colour coded here


See the full list of local accommodation providers here

The Church Farm B&B
Barks Holiday Cottage

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