Stafford has got so much going for it.
An aggressive power-punk duo from Canada whose latest album, Feeling Disconnected, was released in 2017.
Comedy In The Met
Some of the biggest names in comedy perform in the intimate atmosphere of the MET Studio, with the line-up announced during the week of the show.
The Classic MotorCycle Show
The two-day show has trade stands, autojumble, club stands, the Dirt Bike Experience and a classic motorcycle cavalcade, plus an interview with Neil Tuxworth and a Bonhams auction.
- Consumer Show
National Trust: Shugborough Estate
The ancestral home of the Earls of Lichfield features a late 17th century house which evolved into a 19th-century working estate. There are furniture, paintings, silver and china collections, a working farm museum and the original kitchens.
- Stately Home
Fine Food & Craft Market
Penkridge's twice-weekly market features around 100 stalls selling a huge variety of goods. Once a month the Fine Food & Craft Market adds an artisan feel to the Hall.
The Wolseley Centre
A network of paths guide visitors around 26 acres of beautiful grounds and wildlife-friendly display gardens including three lakes and a children's play trail.
- Nature Reserve
Amerton Farm & Craft Centre
Chickens and ducks run freely in the traditional farmyard environment while visitors can also get up close to Dexter cows, pigs and ponies.
- Craft Centre
The Ancient High House
Originally built in 1595 and now fully restored, the house features a Civil War Room visited by King Charles I or the Victorian room displaying 19th century life.
- Stately Home
Built by William the Conqueror, the castle has dominated the Stafford landscape for over 900 years. Visitors can follow the castle trail, explore the ruins and take in the splendour of views from the hill top.
- Over 50s