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Child-Friendly Places Around Leek, Staffordshire

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Child-Friendly towns nearby...

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Wakefield, West Yorkshire


(45.04 miles away)
A town with a wealth of history and a budding arts and culture scene, with gorgeous little cafes, the magnificent Hepworth Gallery, and a lot more besides!...
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Burnley, Lancashire


(47.84 miles away)
A market town in the heart of East Lancashire, Burnley is ideally located for exploring the North West’s major cities or the countryside. Burnley is a short drive from Preston, Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool and also close to the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Pennines and Trough of Bowland.

Burnley hosts a two-day Internationa...

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Some of our childrenarewelcome articles

Peppa Pig Pancakes - essential for this Tuesday! - by Andy

children at Peppa Pig Pancakes - essential for this Tuesday! - by Andy
No Shrove Tuesday would be complete without being able to make your kids face light up with one of these bad boys...

Written by Andy

Holgate Windmill - by Mother of Dragons

children at Holgate Windmill - by Mother of Dragons
Holgate Windmill is a beautiful and fascinating building preserved through the hard work of a group of volunteers, and for any curious toddler the idea of being allowed to climb about inside what is essentially an enormo...

Written by Mother of Dragons

A plea from a generation of small boys - DON'T TAKE AWAY DIPPY! - by Andy

children at A plea from a generation of small boys - DON'T TAKE AWAY DIPPY! - by Andy
Statistically speaking around 50% of us were small boys once. Many of us still act like one. And you know what all small boys love? Dinosaurs dinosaurs dinosaurs....

Written by Andy

How to be the best dad ever - by Andy

family How to be the best dad ever - by Andy
I doubt that many of us could beat this idea of how to keep the kids amused whilst the wife is at work....

Written by Andy

The Sidings - by Mother of Dragons

family The Sidings - by Mother of Dragons
A restaurant in a location which overlooks railway lines, featuring several tables set within disused railway carriages is surely a paradise for any train lover. Welcome to The Sidings Mediterranean Bar and Restaurant in Shipton, just outside York....

Written by Mother of Dragons

Some child-friendly places to stay around Leek, Staffordshire

Travelodge - Stoke Talke

(10.02 miles)
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Situated just 6 miles from Stoke on Trent train station and 3 miles from the Etruria Industrial Museum, the last steam-powered potter's mill in Britain, the Stoke Talke Hotel is ideal accommodation in this picturesque to...

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Premier Inn - Macclesfield South West

(10.69 miles)
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Within easy reach of the M6, M62 and M56. Close to Macclesfield train station, on the main London to Manchester route. Situated in a scenic area of Macclesfield yet only 5 minutes drive from the town centre and local bus...

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Premier Inn - Stoke and Trentham Gardens

(12.35 miles)
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Ideally located within easy reach of the M6 junction 15. Local attractions include Waterworld, Trentham Park Golf course and Regent theatre. Conveniently situated just 3 miles from Stoke train station. Our Stoke/Trentham...

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Some child-friendly days out around Leek, Staffordshire

The Old Manor

(12.49 miles)
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Low, stone-built medieval hall...

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Peveril Castle

(19.07 miles)
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"The imposing ruins of Peveril Castle stand high above the pretty village of Castleton in the heart of Derbyshire's Peak District. Mentioned in the Domesday survey, Peveril Castle is one of England's earliest Norman fort...

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Nine Ladies Stone Circle

(16.9 miles)
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A small early Bronze Age stone circle traditionally believed to depict nine ladies turned to stone as a penalty for dancing on Sunday. It is part of a complex of prehistoric circles and standing stones on Stanton Moor....

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Child Friendly Leek, Staffordshire *

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