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Stoke-on-Trent, or simply Stoke, industrialised rapidly becoming the centre of England’s pottery industry in the 19th century. Stoke’s major cultural centre is situated in Hanley and is most famous for Victoria Hall, the Regent Theatre and the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery which now houses the Staffordshire Hoard – the most important collection of Anglo-Saxon gold found to date. Stoke also has a vibrant and long-standing music scene, supported by a number of eclectic clubs and venues. The Golden Torch became the centre of Northern Soul in the early 1970s and Shelley's Laserdome nightclub played a pivotal role in the development of the house and rave scene at the end of the 20th century. Stoke also has a number of more traditional venues that host many touring bands; including Victoria Hall, The Sugarmill and The Underground. Stoke’s vibrant history, both old and new, make it an attractive place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com has helped over 1000 people relocate to the city.
At reallymoving.com we provide quotes from local and professional removal firms to help with your move. You can quickly compare up to five companies to help minimise the costs entailed in moving to Stoke. Our partners in removals are as professional as they are competitive and they will ensure your move will be completed as safely and quickly as possible.
Whether you want to explore some of Stoke’s many interesting museums and art galleries or relax in one of the city’s renowned music venues, our removals partners are here help to streamline your move so you can begin enjoying Stoke as soon as possible.
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