Decorated Pram Parade, Stafford,

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Date:11th of July 1928

Description:'Baby Day' was organised by the Maternity and Child Welfare Committee of Stafford Council after the First World War. Prizes were given to the best decorated prams and bonniest baby, and judging took place in Victoria Park after a parade through the town centre.

The parade is pictured here along Greengate Street.


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1680s
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1790s
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1840s
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1850s
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1880s
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1890s
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1910s
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1930s
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1950s
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1960s
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Donor ref:P81.090.0001 (18/1197)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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