Federation House, Station Road, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 2SA

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about The Potters' Club. Your source of information relating to memberships, guests, and club facilities.

Q: How do I become a member?

You will need to complete our membership application form and send it to the Club. On receipt of your form we will process your application and confirm your membership within 5 days if successful.

Q: Can anyone join?

We are a private members' Club aimed at the business community. We welcome applications from all walks of business life and all professional working people. We offer corporate memberships for businesses and large organisations.

Q: Do I need to be proposed by an existing member?

No, you may apply directly to the Club for membership.

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your application will then be considered by our membership board. The application process will take 5 days, and if successful we will write to you to confirm.

Q: Is there a dress code?

As you would expect in a private member's Club aimed at business people, our members like to dress in smart attire. We would ask that no one wears any kind of sportswear, ripped jeans, shorts or trainers.

Q: Are children allowed in?

Yes, members are welcome to bring their children to the Club, however, they must remain under the supervision of a responsible adult at all times.

Q: If I become a member, can I bring guests?

Yes, every member can bring guest/s in, whether that be colleagues, friends or family, and they can enjoy all of the facilities. There is no limit to the amount of guests a member can bring. The member needs to be present at all times.

Q: Is there somewhere to park?

Yes, we have our own private car park.

Q: Can spouses share their membership?

Yes, husband and wife or civil partners can join as a couple and can use the Club as full members.

Q: Do you cater for all kinds of diets?

Our chefs will be very happy to discuss whatever you or your guests need. Please feel free to request any special kind of menu that you require. All we ask is that you give us a little notice if you want something that isn't likely to be on the menu, such as gluten free, vegan or Kosher food. Our menus are available to view and download on the menus page of the website.

Q: I may not always want a full meal. Can I just pop in for coffee while waiting for a train?

Yes you can. We are the perfect place for you to relax in before or after your train journey.

Q: That all sounds great! So when is the club open?

Corporate meeting facilities are available from 8.30am by arrangement, and coffee is available all day from 10am, Tuesday to Sunday.

Opening hours for food are Tuesday to Saturday, from 12pm at lunchtime and 7pm in the evening. Final orders should be placed by 2pm for lunch and 9.15pm for dinner.
Sunday 12pm until 3pm (the Club closes at 5.30pm)

Fine Dining

Join us a for a bite to eat in our first class Restaurant, Stoke-on-Trent.

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