WW1 Burslem: Stoke on Trent - A Visit To Remember
Burslem has a special connection with Th Great War. If you are visiting the town to connect and remember we would be delighted to invite you to visit Barewall and we will help you with where to go:
We have connected with The Britsh Royal Legion "Thank You" campaign as well as the WW1 trail for Stoke on Trent inluding There But Not There and Burslem Welcomes to help make your visit to Stoke on Trent and Burslem a Visit to Remember.
Burslem is a short distance from the Weeping Window installation of Poppies at Middleport Pottery which opens on 2nd August to 16th September.
A land train will be available to carry the visitors between Middleport and Burslem for you to continue your visit to remember.
For half a day visit we suggest you park either at McGuinesses in Middleport, visit the Poppies and take the land train into Burslem where you can visit Burslem WW1 trial and visit cafes / art shows and exhibitions / and real ale public houses.
For a full day we suggest parking at Navigation Road car park in Burslem, catch the land train to Middleport and return back to Burslem where you can visit the town and continue onto the Stoke on Trent wide WW1 trail including the other towns.
Full information on guidance can be found at Barewall gallery and other information points.