It appears that the Field Club was formally dissolved in 2003. Similar, but specialised, field studies groups are known to be operating in North Staffordshire at Spring 2015: North Staffordshire Group of the Geologists’ Association GeoConservation Staffordshire Stoke-on-Trent Museum Archaeological Society North Staffordshire Branch of the Classical Association (mostly study of texts, but some excursions to local Ancient Roman sites) North Staffordshire Association of National Trust Members North Staffordshire Decorative and Fine Arts Society (includes a sub-group of Church Recorders) Staffordshire Historic Churches Trust Leek & District Historical Society (No website) Biddulph & District Genealogy & Historical Society Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society Staffordshire Industrial Archaeology Society and their Journal (1970--) Staffordshire Heritage Group North Staffordshire Astronomical Society North Staffs Local Group of The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Staffordshire Moth Group Staffordshire Invertebrate Group Staffordshire Fungus Group Staffordshire Bat Group Staffordshire Mammal Group Buxton Field Club Ashbourne Field Club Staffordshire Wild Bee Group (no website known, aka Stafford Wild Bee Group) Staffordshire Barn Owl Action Group Staffordshire Ecological Record inc. the Staffordshire Biological Recording Scheme Staffordshire Wildlife Trust West Midlands Bird Club and their West Midland Bird Club Annual Reports (1934-2013)
A wealth of Field Studies short courses are available at the Field Studies Council's centre, just outside Shrewsbury. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses are offered. Both Keele University and Staffordshire University provide related degree and advanced courses in North Staffordshire.