Baldwin’s Gate, a village steeped
in idyllic rural charm set within a tranquil, picturesque valley location.
The village and surrounding area have many notable listed buildings including The Methodist Chapel, built in 1859 and
the Station House, in 1839.
The local railway station opened around 1850, and is believed to be one of the first in the Potteries, despatching pottery ware all over the country.
The charming manor house residence of Whitmore Hall has been in the same family for over 900 years.
It’s warm, red brick facade along with its striking lime tree avenue, nearby lake and surrounding parkland creates a beautiful statement of rural grandeur and elegance.
Centre stage sits the time-honoured ‘Sheet Anchor’ public house. Built by Admiral Roland Cavenagh-Mainwaring of Whitmore Hall in 1838, this is one of only a few
public houses to still retain its original name to this day.