A FILM capturing life in a town during the heyday of a pottery factory is to be screened this week.
Called 'An Animated History of the Enson Works', it has been produced using the memories of people who live in Longton.
Inspired Film And Video has worked with residents on the project, which celebrates the former Enson Works in Normacot Road.
It was launched to mark the major plans to give the building a new lease of life as part of the Centre of Refurbishment Excellence (CoRE).
The film will be one of several pieces about Longton being screened at Stoke Film Theatre this Wednesday at 7pm. The event is free.
It will also feature an exhibition, work by Staffordshire University students, images from the Gladstone Fired Up project, and a display of artwork inspired by the Enson pottery factory.
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