Another historic building in the Moorlands is set to be recognised for its historic value.
29a Queen Street will be the next building to have a Blue Plaque erected on to its frontage.
The recognition is being made by the Leek & District Civic Society following the group gaining Listed Building permission to do so from Staffordshire Moorlands District Council’s planning department.
The society has identified that this building, along with its two neighbouring terraced properties are “an important part of Leek’s built heritage and local history.”
The wall-mounted plaque will be put in place to recognise that architect William Sugden built the terrace for himself and his family in 1877.
The Grade II Listed property, which was built in Queen Anne style, faces St Luke’s Church.