Remembrance Parade, Rugeley

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Date:November 1972

Description:Pictured is the Remembrance Parade at Rugeley War Memorial in 1972. This area of the Town was due to be pedestrianised and after the Parade the Memorial was moved from Anson Street to a new site in Brook Square. In 2008 a culvert which ran under Brook Square collapsed and this led to a decision to return the Memorial to Anson Street and place it near to the original location.

Acknowledgement: The Rugeley Times and The Landor (Local History) Society.


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1920s
Anson Street, Rugeley
Anson Street, Rugeley

This postcard scene is a Staffordshire County Library reprint of an old postcard. ...

1950s
Anson Street, Rugeley
Anson Street, Rugeley

A quiet Wednesday morning in Anson Street. On the left is the Police Station with ...

1970s
Relocation of Rugeley War Memorial
Relocation of Rugeley War Memorial

Pictured are workmen preparing the timber frame which will be used to protect the ...

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Creators: The Landor (Local History) Society - Contributor

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