|South end: Newcastle-under-Lyme|
Length 20.9 km
|North end: Congleton|
|Primary destinations: Wolstanton Longport Tunstall Biddulph|
The A527 is a road in England that runs from the town centre of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire to Congleton, Cheshire, by way of Wolstanton, Longport, Tunstall and Biddulph. As it passes through Tunstall it forms part of the new linkway connecting Tunstall and Chell with the A500, and takes its name from two of the areas most famous residents Reginald Mitchell Way and James Brindley Way. Along its route it crosses the A52, A53, A500 and briefly merges with the A50.