• How long does Membership Last ?

  • In the past, memberships used to run on a twelve month period from first of January.  NOW you can become a member or renew your membership which will expire twelve months from the moment you join.


  • Heritage Open Day – What to expect !

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    Chatterley Whitfield opens its' gates once a year at Heritage Open day, but you must book beforehand to gain access to the site. In 2018 we are open for two weekends in September 8th and 9th and again on the 15th and 16th.
    Starting at 10am we are running 5 tours per day this year, at 10am, 11am, and 12 noon, then 1pm and 2pm.

    Booking is available on line from 1st August 2018:

    Heritage Open Weekend 8th and 9th September 2018

    Heritage Open Weekend 15th and 16th September 2018

    Remember this is a derelict industrial site and you are advised to wear suitable strong footwear. Safety hats will be provided.

  • Becoming a Member

  • We have tried to make it easier to become a member of the Friends of Chatterley Whitfield and you now have a choice on how you pay your 12 (twelve) months membership:

    • By Pay Pal
    • By Cheque
    • By Cash
  • How do you contact the friends ?

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    You can make direct contact with us at the following email addresses:

    Deputy Chair
    General Enquiries
    Visiting Site

  • How do you find us on Facebook ?

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    We have a Facebook page as well and you can view it at Facebook Page

  • What happens when you become a member ?

  • To gain access to the members area of the site, you will need an up to date email address. You can generate your own user name when paying by Pay Pal and also your own passcode. If you pay by cash or cheque, once you details have been entered on the system, you will be sent your user name and passcode.
    Your membership automatically covers you for insurance purposes when visiting the site.

  • Visiting Chatterley Whitfield

  • Visit Enquiries

    To visit the main site on days other than Heritage Open Days there is a protocol which needs to be adhered to, which starts with a request for a Permit to Access from Stoke on Trent City Council. This process can take up to 3 days. At present all visits are supervised by council staff.