Local Conservative Councillors soaked up the sun at the popular Etruria Canals Festival, which was held this weekend.
The annual event sees thousands of visitors join the fun over the weekend long event at Etruria Industrial Museum. Along with tours of the historic Jessy Shirley Bone and Flint Mill, visitors were able to see the city's last remaining blacksmith at work, take part in activities or soak up the sun with ice cream.
During the event, Cllr Evans stopped by to visit Stoke-on-Trent City Council's Fostering Team who had a stall promoting fostering services. Cllr Brown also attended visiting the stalls and activities on offer.
Cllr Evans said "The canal festival is always a fantastic event to attend, with activities for all of the family. This year was fantastic as the sun was out and the event was very well attended. It was also great to be able to catch up with the Fostering Team from the Council, who were at the festival promoting the fantastic opportunities fostering can bring."
The Bone and Flint Mill will be open to tour again as part of a 'Summer Steaming' event, to be held on 29th & 3th July.
More information can be found here https://etruriamuseum.org.uk/our-events/