Welcome to the Burslem History Club

The Burslem History Club meets every second Wednesday in the month in the Arnold Bennett Suite at the Leopard Hotel, Market Place, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.


The doors open at 7pm, the talks start at 8pm.

Admission is £1.50 for members & £2.50 for non-members.

Children from the age of 10 are welcome when accompanied by an adult.


Burslem History Club’s activities for 2017-18 are partly funded by the Community Foundation for Staffordshire.








Upcoming Talks
  • September, 12th 2018

    Potters Holidays
    -Speaker: Kath Reynolds


  • October, 10th 2018

    Bennett, Burslem & The Burden of History
    -Speaker: Catherine Burgass


  • Frank Proudlove Collection

    Noon to 3pm each Friday until 14th Sept 2018
    Burslem History Club are displaying items from the 
    Frank Proudlove collection.
    In the Arnold Bennett Suite at the Leopard in Burslem


Leopard Hotel
On the 8th March 1765, Josiah Wedgwood & James Brindley met at the Leopard Hotel to discuss the construction of the Trent & Mersey Canal.

Recent Updates:
INFORMATION:
Readers of Arnold Bennett, H. G. Wells, Charles Shaw and other contributors to local literature will be interested in a new wide-ranging, thought-provoking local literature course presented by Dr. Catherine Burgass. 
This is highly recommended by Burslem History Club.  There are only a few places left, but for more information, all interested parties should click on the link, STOKE-IN-PRINT





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