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The Sports Hall, Woodhouse High School, Tamworth

This photograph of a volleyball session in the sports hall at Woodhouse High School was taken by Tony Boydon. Woodhouse High School was built on the site of Woodhouse Farm which was demolished in ...

The Sports Hall, Woodhouse High School, Tamworth

This photograph of a badminton session (and a volleyball session in the background) in the sports hall at Woodhouse High School was taken by Tony Boydon. Woodhouse High School was built on the site ...

The Station Football Team at RAF Stafford

Back row (left to right): S/LDR NH Potts (officer I/C Soccer), SAC Inglis, LAC Hopkirk, AC Petrie, SAC Robbins, AC Trainor, SAC Kennedy, W/CDR. GM Gibson and Mr T Lee (Trainer). Front row: SAC Barker, ...

The Station Football Team at RAF Stafford

Among those pictured in this group photograph are:- Sgt Happing, Sgt Quigley, LAC Morris (Captain), Sgt Barnatt, AC Sharp, Cpl Salt, LAC Bedford, Cpl Stafford, LAC Carter and Cpl Thompson. RAF Stafford ...

The Station Rugby Team at RAF Stafford

Pictured is the Station's Rugby Union Team, winners of the Midlands Rugby Sevens Tournament in 1959. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December 1939 following the purchase by the Treasury of 362 acres of land ...

The Station Sports Day at RAF Stafford

Participants in the chariot race during the Station's Sports Day. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December 1939 following the purchase by the Treasury of 362 acres of land near Stafford. The main site was ...

The Station Sports Day at RAF Stafford

Competitors arriving at the finishing line during one of the Station Sports Day races. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December 1939 following the purchase by the Treasury of 362 acres of land near Stafford. ...

The Station Trophy Winners at RAF Stafford

Pictured is Air Commodore King with all the Station sporting trophy winners and their trophies. RAF Stafford was formed 1 December 1939 following the purchase by the Treasury of 362 acres of land near ...

Twigg family group, north Wales

Members of the Twigg family of Weeping Cross House, Stafford on holiday in north Wales, outside a guesthouse 'Harlech View'.

Unidentified football team, Burton-on-Trent

The picture shows young men in football strips, two men in suits and a vicar. The man wearing the rain coat is Jack Rodgers.

Uttoxeter Cricket Club players

John Ward and Joe Dwyer at Uttoxeter Cricket Club.

Venables Football Team, Stafford

Henry Venables started his business as a carpenter and builder in Stafford in about 1855. By 1860 he had set up a timber business on Foregate Street, specialising in producing packing cases for shoe exports. Soon ...

Vic Pitcher, Stoke Speedway rider

and his motorbike photographed at the Sun Street Stadium, Shelton Stoke on Trent . Stoke Speedway riders wore the waistcoats with the original five-star pattern. Stoke Speedway was founded at the ...

Victoria Park Paddling Pool, Stafford,

The land between Izaak Walton Walk and the railway station was marshy and liable to flooding. In 1903 the Corporation bought the land and raised its level by three feet. The area was laid out as Victoria ...

Walking Race, Audley

Contestants in a walking race in Church Street, Audley. In the background can be seen Audley Church of England School, later to become Audley Council School, and later still Audley Infants School. It ...

Walton Cricket Week,

Cricketers at Walton Cricket Ground at Oldcroft Road, Walton-on-the-Hill. The ground was sited just south of Elm Drive. This group is a mixture of amateur cricketers, including Reverend Inge and E.O.Powell, ...

Walton Cricket Week, Walton-on-the-Hill, Stafford

Cricketers at Walton Cricket Ground at Oldcroft Road, Walton-on-the-Hill. The ground was sited just south of Elm Drive. This group is a mixture of amateur cricketers, including Reverend Inge and E.O.Powell, ...

Wardles Football Club

On the back row are left to right: H. Notley, A. Moss (Capt.), R. Rodgers, G. Lyons, L. Hayward, R. Dunkley, R. Bellington, S. Gosling (Trainer). Front row: A. Johnson, H. Peacock, G. Ambleton, L. Dean, ...