This week is Heritage Open Week with some of the most historic buildings in England being opened to the public. To celebrate we are looking at some of the Midland's most celebrated buildings. Today we explore AWN Pugin's best work.
Born in 1st March 1812 AWN Pugin is best known nationally for his work in the Houses of Parliament, but Cheadle in Staffordshire is nationally recognised as "Pugin land" for its 14 buildings designed by him including 'Pugin's Gem' St Giles, Cheadle.
Hidden gems steeped in history in Midlands are unlocking their doors for four days to share their secrets and treasures of the past.
Cheadle in North Staffordshire is celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of Britain's most famous architects, Pugin.
A private members library with its very own 'secret garden' is opening its doors to the public.