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  1. Free chat in Burton upon Trent
  2. Free chat in Cannock
  3. Free chat in Tamworth
  4. Free chat in Newcastle under Lyme
  5. Free chat in Stafford
  6. Free chat in Lichfield
  7. Free chat in Kidsgrove
  8. Free chat in Burntwood
  9. Free chat in Rugeley
  10. Free chat in Leek
  11. Free chat in Great Wyrley
  12. Free chat in Biddulph
  13. Free chat in Stone
  14. Free chat in Featherstone
  15. Free chat in Wombourne
  16. Free chat in Uttoxeter
  17. Free chat in Codsall
  18. Free chat in Cheadle
  19. Free chat in Chasetown
  20. Free chat in Penkridge
  21. Free chat in Fazeley
  22. Free chat in Norton Canes
  23. Free chat in Tunstall
  24. Free chat in Audley
  25. Free chat in Essington
  26. Free chat in Kinver
  27. Free chat in Armitage
  28. Free chat in Keele
  29. Free chat in Madeley
  30. Free chat in Gnosall
  31. Free chat in Barton under Needwood
  32. Free chat in Standon
  33. Free chat in Cheddleton
  34. Free chat in Alrewas
  35. Free chat in Coven
  36. Free chat in Eccleshall
  37. Free chat in Brewood
Staffordshire

Staffordshire is one of the forty-seven counties of England. Its capital is Stafford. It is located in the Midlands region of the West, bounded on the north by Cheshire, on the east by Derbyshire, on the south by Warwickshire, the West Midlands and Worcestershire and on the west by Shropshire. It occupies an area of ​​2713 km² and its approximate population is 1 098 300 inhabitants. It is crossed by the Trent River which is one of the longest in England. To the north is the southern end of the National Park of the Peak District, where vegetation abounds, especially heather. Its economy is based on agriculture and the manufacture of porcelain in the area called The Potteries. Health products are also manufactured here.

The historic county of Staffordshire included Wolverhampton, Walsall and West Bromwich which, in 1974, became part of the new county of West Midlands on the border of Worcestershire. Later, in 1990, Stoke-on-Trent became an independent authoritarian unit, although it is still considered part of Staffordshire for ceremonial matters. In the ninth century in this region there were many battles when it was invaded by the Danes.