Home to earls, marquises and dukes, where church towers and bells disappeared and rivers changed course, Trentham has many stories to tell.
Known as the `playground of the Midlands', over the years Trentham has been frequented by kings and leaders such as Benjamin Disraeli and Winston Churchill.
A place of sylvan parkland and manicured gardens, the Trentham Estate features a huge mausoleum and the Italianate gardens remain a popular tourist destination. Today Trentham forms a bustling southern suburb of Stoke-on-Trent, but has maintained its own distinct identity over the years.
Within a mile of the Staffordshire Potteries, Trentham continues to draw visitors from far and wide keen to discover its rich history.
Join author Alan Myatt on a tour of Trentham's past and present, highlighting the area's many points of interest.
Trentham Through Time is an essential volume for anyone who knows and loves this area.