Edward VII's visit to Ingestre

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Description:This postcard was published by Alfred McCann, Uttoxeter.

Edward VII visited Lord Shrewsbury at Ingestre Hall in November 1907.

During his stay at Ingestre the King planted a Cedrus Libani (Cedar of Lebanon) on 21 November 1907.


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Deer in Ingestre Park
Deer in Ingestre Park

A Wrench Series postcard printed in Saxony. The card was posted from Stafford ...

Ingestre Hall
Ingestre Hall

A view of the north-west front of Ingestre Hall, which was built by Sir Walter Chetwynd ...

Ingestre Hall
Ingestre Hall

This photograph was taken during the Ingestre Festival which was held to celebrate ...

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Image courtesy of: Mr Bob Metcalfe

Donor ref:BM-37 (192/25967)

Source: Mr Bob Metcalfe

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