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Student Accommodation near Stoke

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Student Accommodation near Stoke

Stoke-on-Trent is a picturesque city in North Staffordshire with an area of 36 square miles and a population of 261,302. It is close to both Newcastle-under-Lyme and Staffordshire Moorlands, and it is very well-known for its artistic pottery industry. The University of Staffordshire, one of the top 200 universities in Europe, is the primary university of the city. About 15,190 students attend the university every year. Therefore the city is not short of student homes of all kinds, whether it's shared or private student rooms.

There are various popular student activities in Stoke; you can attend festivals, visit a pottery factory, or take a walk around the forest. Middleport Pottery is a must-visit in Stoke; it houses one of the oldest pottery factories showing you the various stages of creating the best pottery works. It also houses historic victorian offices, ceramic archives, and a cafe to help visitors taste local specialities like oatcakes. Trentham Monkey Forest is another stunning place to visit if you are a nature lover. This forest is home to 140 free-roaming Barbary Macaques. They live freely in a spacious area allowing visitors to see their natural behaviours closely and sometimes give them food.

If you’re interested in festivals and celebrations, Stoke has plenty of festivals. The British Ceramics Biennial is one of the major festivals in the city. Usually held in the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery or other popular pottery venues, this festival presents a series of significant exhibitions and events for the best ceramic artists in England. Another festival to look forward to is Woodgate Festival at The Trentham Estate, a festival that presents the best lakeside tribute concerts with a rich history of hosting the best band concerts ever. It previously hosted iconic concerts for the Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Pulp.

Transportation in Stoke is easily accessible. First PMT is the primary bus operator in the city with other bus companies like National Express and Mega Bus available for external travel options to other cities. You can visit the Stoke-on-Trent Bus website or Traveline website if you wish to check the full bus schedule. For trains, the Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station is located on the West Coast Mainline with trains to and from LondonBirminghamand Manchester.

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