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A very warm welcome to Cheadle and to the incredible secret that makes this historic market town such a rewarding place to visit.

Nestling on the edge of the Staffordshire Peak District, Cheadle is well placed for visitors to the Moorlands, Peak District, Stoke-on-Trent, Trentham and Alton Towers. Wherever you’re heading, it’s well worth including Cheadle on your itinerary.

Like all the best kept secrets, discovering the magic of Pugin’s Gem, quietly located in the centre of this thriving town . . . will take your breath away.

St Giles Roman Catholic Church (lovingly known as Pugin’s Gem) is regarded as one of the finest churches in Britain. Designed in the 19th Century by A.W.N. Pugin, one of the foremost architects of the Victorian age it is a masterpiece of gothic splendour.
Discover the History Trail created to guide you around the town. Browse Cheadle’s colourful market or take a break in one of the cafés and tearooms.

Cheadle is also within easy reach of the beautiful Churnet Valley and so much more besides.

Enjoy discovering the secret that is Cheadle

Find out where to go and what to do during your visit to Cheadle Staffordshire with our Visitors Guide. There's inspiring ideas for days out, places to stay whether you be wanting Caravan sites to plush luxury hotels and our guide where to eat during your visit to Cheadle Staffordshire.
Are you a resident in Cheadle, and require local business's contact details, opening times then look no further. Also providing information for local up and coming events and our whats on programme keeps you informed and up to date.
Are you a business or local organisation that would like to appear on the Cheadle Town Website? Or would you like to join or gain more information about the Cheadle Business Group?

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