Stone Town Band

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Date:1910

Description:Stone Town Band pictured with the portable bandstand made by Haynes and Sons and owned by Stone Urban district Council.

In the centre with arms folded is Ted Warrilow, the Band Master (who was married to Liz Taylor, nee Stanley)

On Christmas day the band visited all the members' houses and played carols. They were supplied with food and drinks and ended the day at the Bridge Inn (later renamed Langtry's).


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1900s
Wagon built by Haynes and Sons, wheelwrights, Stone
Wagon built by Haynes and Sons, wheelwrights, Stone

Flat bed wagon built by Haynes and Sons, wheelwrights, Stone, for Mr Harrison of ...

1920s
Haynes and Sons workmen, Stone
Haynes and Sons workmen, Stone

Workers from Haynes and Sons, wheelwrights, taken on the wedding day of Bert Haynes. From ...

1950s
Charles Reginald Haynes, Freemason, Stone
Charles Reginald Haynes, Freemason, Stone

Worshipful Brother Charles Reginald Haynes, installed Master of the Staffordshire ...

2000s
Badminton coaching, Stone
Badminton coaching, Stone

John Morris coaching badminton for Stone U3A in the Sports Hall at St. Dominic's ...

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Image courtesy of: Mr David Haynes

Donor ref:DH-06 (55/23679)

Source: Miscellaneous Collection

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