Gold Award and overall winner of the Large Town Category for the 2016 RHS Heart of England in Bloom Awards, from spring right through to Autumn Biddulph is awash with colour and is known as the Garden Town of Staffordshire. There are award winning floral displays, a country park and is home to the National Trust’s Biddulph Grange Garden.
Originally Biddulph was a mining town and has much history linked to the area. The town is made up of seven small settlements – Biddulph, Gillow Heath, Knypersley, Biddulph Moor, Bradley Green, Brown Lees and Biddulph Park.
There are many shops, cafes and pubs to enjoy as well as special events such as an annual Folk Festival and monthly Artisan Markets, making this an extremely pretty and interesting town to visit.
Biddulph is twinned with Fusignano; a small town situated close to the Adriatic coast of North East Italy, in the province of Ravenna.
The National Cycle Route 55 forms a traffic – free route through the beautiful Biddulph countryside from Stoke-On-Trent in the south to Cheshire in the north, with views to the east of the moors of the Peak District and Congleton Edge, Mow Cop and the end of the Pennines to the west. There are numerous self-guided walks available to show you the real beauty of the area including walks from the two local country parks - Greenway Bank and Biddulph Grange.
Booking & Payment Details
- Cash Point
- Public toilets
- Telephone (public)
- Baby changing facilities
- Children welcome
- Parking with charge
- Facilities for groups
- Disabled access
Map & Directions
Biddulph is 4 miles South East of Congleton on the A527 and 7 miles North of Stoke-on-Trent on A527. Public Transport - Bakers 99 Bus Service operates from Biddulph to Congleton and First PMT 9 Bus Service operates from Stoke-on-Trent to Biddulph.
Public Transport Directions
Accessible by Public Transport:
Congleton Rail station is 4 miles away (Stoke On Trent to Manchester Line)
Stoke On Trent Rail Station is 11 miles away (Main Line Station)