PHS's current Corporate and Charitable Members are:
Ceramic City Stories is focussed on local, national & international shared stories related to Stoke-on-Trent and provides a focus & catalyst for DIY research, micro campaigns & other positive 'small change' actions.
The home of Jesse Shirley’s 1857 Bone and Flint Mill, the only remaining operational Steam Driven Potters' Mill in the world.
An award-winning museum, the Hall offers visitors a fascinating insight into the life of the 17th century. The rooms are furnished with an outstanding collection of textiles, ceramics and furniture. Now transferred to Ford Green Hall Ltd, a charitable organisation led by volunteers and members of the local community, any profits are used to run and improve the museum.
An International Society established in 1970 for collectors of Goss and Crested China. Governed by a committee of dedicated enthusiastic collectors, it is non-profit making and exists only to benefit its worldwide membership... go to website.
Hartshill and Harpfields Residents' Association was formed in 1995 to "Work with the Community on benefit of the Community". To this end we liaise with the Local Authority and other relevant bodies to represent the views and concerns of local residents to developments in our area... go to website.
Middleport Matters is a community organisation which aims to help make Middleport a safer, more welcoming and thriving place to be. It aims to: bring people together and improve sense of belonging; improve the health and wellbeing of local people; improve the built and natural environment and enhance the local reputation; and support local business and encourage employment and enterprise.
The home of world-famous Burleigh and an award-winning visitor destination in Stoke-on-Trent... go to website. The site is owned and managed by Re-form Heritage, an independent charity which specialises in the restoration and rejuvenation of heritage buildings at risk of decay or demolition.
The largest and longest standing professional multidisciplinary practice in North Staffordshire. Established in Stoke on Trent in 1874 they remain true to their roots but operate nationally.