Visit of Edward, Prince of Wales Visit to Stone

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Date:13th of June 1924

Description:View of Granville Square during a visit from the Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, who was passing through the town on his way from Sandon to the Potteries, via Trentham Park.

The Prince inspected a Guard of Honour of ex-servicemen and is seen here visiting the War Memorial. He is accompanied by Lord Dartmouth, Lord Lieutenant of the County, and Mr Gosling, Chairman of Stone Urban District Council.


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Donor ref:P2010.002.0001 (37/24503)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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