Catholic Procession, Stafford,

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Date:6th of May 1923

Description:The Catholic Procession was organised by the parishes of St. Austin's and St. Patrick's.

The route was from St. Patrick's Church in the north of Stafford to St. Joseph's Convent on Lichfield Road, and then on to St. Austin's.

At St. Joseph's a statue of Our Lady was crowned by the May Queen, Miss Helen Farrelly.

Photograph taken on Bridge Street. On the far left is the Grapes Hotel. The tower of the Royal Brine Baths can be seen on the right in the distance.


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Image courtesy of: St. Patrick's Church

Donor ref:St. Patrick's Church No., PT00553, img: 969 (18/1443)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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