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Chatterley Whitfield Friends - CIO. (Registered Charity 1183093)
Chatterley Whitfield is an industrial time capsule and is widely acknowledged to be the most comprehensive surviving example of a deep mine site in England.
Here at Britain's biggest remaining colliery site, which has been designated by Historic England as an Scheduled Ancient Monument.

'The Friends' have recently opened a new Heritage Centre and are responsible for organising the annual Heritage Open Days which is their single biggest activity. 'The Friends' are also involved in lots of other activities, which include archiving, site tours and community presentations.

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  • Jonathan Gullis pushes the case for Chatterley Whitfield Colliery

    Today, Jonathan Gullis, Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent North, Kidsgrove and Talke asked the Leader of the House of

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  • We were mentioned in the Commons

    Jonathan Gullis's maiden speech in the House of Commons today. See him here on Youtube

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  • Decommissioning the Twentieth Century

    Want to know more? Decommissioning the Twentieth Century is an AHRC-funded project that aims to establish a new role

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