The Firing Line, Winkhill Mill, Swan Street, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST4 7RH
Discover one of the World's only remaining tile works still using traditional techniques & original cast iron dust presses made by Boulton of Burslem c. 1900. Don't miss this unique opportunity to glimpse a Potteries' hidden gem!
Visitors will also get a sneak preview of 'The Potteries | Peoples Museum' - an exciting new pop-up museum space dedicated to crowd & community sourced exhibitions relating to Stoke-on-Trent.
Saturday 9 September: 1030-1530 (Mini factory tours, informal chat & demonstrations)
Sunday 10 September: 1030-1530 (Mini factory tours, informal chat & demonstrations)
No booking required
Access is limited in places (steps). However, we can accommodate everyone. Please contact us to discuss any specific requirements: firstname.lastname@example.org There is limited parking in Swan Street (free).
Max 20 people per tour/session. *All visitors will be met at the entrance door & informally 'guided' throughout your visit. You will be required to 'sign in & out' (which will also include your formal agreement to enter this work place 'at your own risk'. Mini factory tours, informal chat & demonstrations will take place approximately every 30-40minutes depending on visitor numbers. You are welcome to join & leave 'mid tour' but will still need to be informally 'guided' (and required to sign in & out).
Swan Street is easily accessed off Hartshill Road & Old Shelton Road: 5 minutes walk from Minton Hollins Tile Works, 10 minutes walk from Spode Works (centre of Stoke), 15 minutes walk from Stoke Station.
Organised by Ceramic City Stories CIC