StaffordStaffordshire. It is a small market town.
By trainLondon Euston, Birmingham, Manchester and the North West and Bristol and the South West.
Stafford is close to both the M6 (junctions 13 and 14) and M6 Toll road and is very accessible by car. The A34, A449, and A518 pass through the town.
By planeYou can fly into either Birmingham or Manchester Airports and then connect via road or rail to Stafford.
There is lots of history in and around Stafford.
phone: +44 1785 257698The remains of a 19th-century mock castle atop the extensive earthworks of a Norman castle.
phone: +44 1785 278345address: Market Square, ST16 2LDFormerly a courthouse, it now houses an art gallery. The court rooms and cells are preserved.
Doxey MarshesNature reserve.
phone: +44 1785 222941address: Bridge St, ST16 2HL
phone: +44 1785 785290address: 25–27 Gaolgate St, ST16 2NT