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Prime Minister and Cabinet visit Middleport Pottery for UK Cabinet Meeting

image copyright: 10 Downing Street Re-Form Heritage, the heritage and community regeneration charity, was selected to host a UK Cabinet meeting at their flagship Middleport Pottery site in Stoke-on-Trent on 12 May. Middleport Pottery was chosen as the ideal venue for the event given the important role the site plays in the regeneration of the surrounding local area. Stephen Musgrave, Chair of the Re-Form Heritage Board of Trustees said: “The Cabinet’s choice of Middleport Pottery as the site of today’s meeting emphasises Stoke-on-Trent’s significance as a centre of industrial heritage, vibrant communities, and successful modern businesses. The Prime Minister was able to see first hand the impact that long term commitment and investment can make in restoring jobs and pride in challenged communities such as Burslem.” After 130 years, Middleport Pottery remains home to the world-famous Burleigh pottery, and is also an award-winning visitor destination that offers heritage and factory…

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