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Some potters worked for over 200 years and are still in existence today, some survived for only a few years.
There is extensive history available for many potters but some are only know by an entry in old trade books.
It struggles from the Cheshire plains up thirty one locks, often called , to cut beneath Harecastle Hill in a spooky and watery tunnel one and three quarter miles long.
Fifty years later, a new church was built in the village replacing a 12th century structure and this church remained in use until 1837.
In 1606 a school was founded by the church, and in 1685 the then curate of the parish, Rev, Henry Stubbs, left an endowment to found a grammar school in Cheadle.
The school was built at Monkhouse (behind the High Street) and was active until 1917. The Monkhouse is currently home to 3rd Cheadle Scout Group.
An English Civil war battle was fought just to the north at Hopton Heath.
Josiah Wedgwood was involved in getting the canal built and the Wedgwood factory and museum are canalside just south of Stoke on Trent.