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Kidsgrove is an industrialised town in the western foothills of the Pennines which owes its origin to Josiah Wedgwood, “father” of the English pottery industry, who proposed the plan for the Trent and Mersey Canal to link the Potteries to the sea. His engineer, James Brindley, took 11 years to build a tunnel more than 1½ miles long through Harecastle Ridge in Kidsgrove. The men who worked on the canal became the town's first inhabitants. The tunnel, now disused, still exists. The town's coal mines and blast furnaces have been succeeded by the electronics and computer industries.
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