Major Hugh Fraser M.P., Eccleshall,

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Date:1951

Description:Major Hugh Fraser, Conservative candidate, successfully contested the Stafford Constituency in the 1951 General Election.

He is seen standing on the carriage outside the Royal Oak on High Street.


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1890s
Butcher's Shop Display, Eccleshall
Butcher's Shop Display, Eccleshall

This window display won first prize at the Smithfield Christmas Auction. Standing ...

1920s
National Provincial Bank, Eccleshall,
National Provincial Bank, Eccleshall,

The National Provincial Bank opened a daily agency at 17 High Street in 1922 (pictured). ...

1940s
Hunt Meet, Eccleshall,
Hunt Meet, Eccleshall,

Hunt meet at Eccleshall outside the Crown Inn and the Royal Oak on High Street.

1960s
National Provincial Bank, Eccleshall,
National Provincial Bank, Eccleshall,

The National Provincial Bank opened a daily agency at 17 High Street in 1922. In ...

1970s
Pony and Trap, Eccleshall Festival,
Pony and Trap, Eccleshall Festival,

The first Eccleshall Festival was held in 1979. The festival takes place every ...

1990s
Line Dancing, Eccleshall Festival,
Line Dancing, Eccleshall Festival,

Line dancing High Street. The first Eccleshall Festival was held in 1979. The ...

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Image courtesy of: Eccleshall Library

Donor ref:Eccleshall Lib. No., 55, img: 1958 (18/2402)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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