AboutFroghall is best known for its beautiful wharf and the Kingsley & Froghall Station for the Churnet Valley Railway. Look out for the remains of the huge lime kilns near the canal.
There are some great challenging walks in the area including the self-guided trail 'Caldon Connections'; this walk around Froghall reveals that most of the old industrial sites are now quiet and reclaimed by nature.
- Accepts groups
- Dogs accepted
- Public toilets
- Telephone (public)
- Children welcome
- On-site catering
- Picnic site
- Free Parking
Map & Directions
From Leek take the A523 heading towards Ashbourne, until you reach Bottomhouse, turn right at the Green Man. On the B5053 head down through Ipstones and reach Froghall 2 miles after.
From Stoke take the A500 heading for Uttoxeter, turn off at Meir Park on the A50 to Blythe Bridge. Turn off on the A521 heading towards Cheadle, once you have reached Cheadle head through the town centre on the one way system, turn left and turn right shortly afterwards towards Froghall.
The nearest railway station is Stoke-On-Trent, which is 11 miles away.