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The Weather in Leek
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Fine food and ancient heritage await near your Leek holiday letting
The market town of Leek is known for its contributions to the Arts and Crafts movement as well as the Industrial Revolution. Today Leek offers both outdoor activities and historic sightseeing. Make the most of this charming town with a stay in a traditional stone cottage or more contemporary holiday letting.
You can head to Leek's Fine Food Market to find an array of local products, from meats and cheeses to craft beer, jam, chutneys, and pies. The famous Staffordshire Oatcakes loom large in the palate of Leek's flavours. You'll find some of the best pies around at the award-winning Lawton's Pies, while Staffordshire Cheese Co. is a must for cheese.
In March the annual Leek Food and Drink Festival takes place, offering exhibitions, talks, films, and naturally, food stalls. Beer-lovers can take part in the Real Ale Trail, with visits to the town's historic pubs and inns. Some are believed to be haunted, many stock local brews.
Discover Leek's vibrant cultural heritage
Pay a visit to Brindley Mill, an 18th century corn mill, and its museum devoted to James Brindley, the engineer credited with developing Great Britain's transformative canal system.
At the Nicholson Museum and Gallery, you can enjoy oil paintings, ceramics, and a collection of Leek's famous embroideries housed in a building from the 1880s. Historic visitors to the museum have included William Morris and DH Lawrence. It was also the scene of readings by Oscar Wilde and John Betjeman.
Explore the Peak District
England's first national park, the Peak District National Park, is one of Britain's best loved natural spots, and its 1437 square kilometres of parkland remain Europe's busiest. It's easy to see why! The rolling hills are sprinkled with stately homes and ancient villages, as well as limestone dales and rugged moors that have been inhabited since the time of the Anglo-Saxons.
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