'Victorian Grandeur of East Lynne' Pageant Float, Stafford,

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Date:1932 - 1933 (c.)

Description:The pageant included a class for floats representing a film shown in Stafford over the previous year. This float was based on the 'Victorian Grandeur of East Lynne', and was photographed on Foregate Street, at the junction with Glover Street.

The procession through Stafford ended with a fair on the town common. A prize was awarded to the best decorated entries and along the route collections were made for Stafford General Infirmary.


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1900s
Christ Church Interior, Stafford,
Christ Church Interior, Stafford,

Christ Church opened on Foregate Street in 1839. Its mission church, St. Aidan's, ...

1920s
Stafford Pageant Procession,
Stafford Pageant Procession,

Pageant procession seen on Foregate Street, opposite the end of Glover Street. The ...

1950s
Christ Church A.Y.P.A. Celebration, Stafford,
Christ Church A.Y.P.A. Celebration, Stafford,

Christ Church Anglican Young People's Association celebration. Christ Church ...

1970s
Junction of Foregate Street and Glover Street, Stafford,
Junction of Foregate Street and Glover Street, Stafford,

View of the junction at Foregate and Glover Streets, looking towards Gaol Square. The ...

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Image courtesy of: Tavernor, Ian

Donor ref:I. Tavernor No., PT00117, img: 2110 (18/2510)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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