A look around the historic Hanley site where Richard Dudson opened his first pottery factory

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Bethan Shufflebotham talks about how the Dudson Centre Museum is set inside a Grade II listed bottle oven and the Dudson family, Where Richard Dudson opened his first factory in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, in 1800

Bethan also talks about Dudson becoming one of the world’s leading manufacturers of tableware for the hospitality industry, setting standards in design, production and innovation.

While also talking about James Hilton of 360 Picture UK producing an amazing 3D tour inside the building showcasing the collection on pottery which spans over three centuries. 

To view our tour click here

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