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Report - Peggy Davies Ceramics, Stoke on Trent, September 2020


Shaun

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History
The Wellington County Infant's School was built in 1893, becoming Hanley St. Luke's C of E Aided Primary School in 1982. The school closed in 2001, when a new extension was added to the adjacent junior school and was used by Peggy Davies Ceramics until 2010. It was quite a small business compared to some of the big boys in the abandoned pottery world of stoke but this building is arguably the most impressive.
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The explore was an easy one but one of the scariest for me, I think i have a phobia of pigeons. Ive been attacked by them and had a few near misses far to many times. This place has the most PPM (pigeon per meter) dead and alive, and probably second on the PPPM (pigeon poo pet meter) just behind that shit derp in wigan which brings shame to the st joes name!
The building was still impressive, so hopefully you like my pics on it :)
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Bikin Glynn

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Its a lovely building but I feel ya pain with the pigeons, they were the maddest Iv encountered in there!,
 

Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
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Cracking opening shots, lovely designed building. Some nice little reminders there too.:thumb Dont blame you on the pigeon front. I flinch when they fly by. Something about beaks & eyes lol. ;)
 

brindley813

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Wow what a place I don't suppose you could send me a location. For this as I'd love to check it out
 

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