New Homes in Staffordshire
Staffordshire is a county in the West Midlands, where a combination of urban towns and rural areas offer something for everyone.
Things to see and do
For shops, restaurants and bars, the best place to go is Staffordshire’s largest city, Stoke-On-Trent. Here you can find Trentham Shopping Village, home to a variety of independent shops as well as well-known UK stores, cafes and restaurants, all within lodge style buildings.
You can also enjoy a truly unique experience at Trentham Monkey Forests. Here monkeys roam the woodlands, and visitors can enjoy wandering amongst the trees while the monkeys swing and scamper around them.
he other city in this county is Lichfield. Larger towns in Staffordshire include Tamworth, Burton-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme and Stafford.
Staffordshire has a variety of events and festivals throughout the year, but perhaps the most famous of these is V festival, held in Weston Park.
If you enjoy long hikes, you won’t fail to be impressed by the Staffordshire Peak District. Experience the beautiful woodlands, valleys and nature reserves while being surrounded by hills and moorlands. Here you can walk, cycle, climb and pony trek to your heart’s content, and don’t forget to stop for a pub lunch at one of the quaint villages.
Staffordshire Transport links
The M42 crosses Tamworth in Staffordshire which heads South West and makes Birmingham easily accessible. The M6 crosses the North of the county and heads towards the North of England to cities such as Manchester.
Although there are no airports in this county there are three nearby; Birmingham, East Midlands and Manchester.
Staffordshire contains numerous train stations for both long distance and local trains. Stoke-on-Trent, Tamworth, Lichfield Trent Valley and Stafford are all stations on the West Coast Main Line, and links Staffordshire to North West England, London, North Wales and Scotland.