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Wounded soldiers at Milford Hall, Stafford

Wounded soldiers wearing 'Hospital Blues' convalescing at Milford Hall, near Stafford during the First World War. The alternate image is a digitally colourised version of the image.

Wounded soldiers at the Ministry of Pensions Hospital, Brindley Village

The hospital was formerly called the Military Hospital. Among those pictured the only person to be identified is Sister Jessie Price who is seated at the front. The hospital was built for World War ...

WPC Police Bowler Hat

Female police officers wore different uniforms to the men till around the 1990s, when the uniforms were altered to the No. 1 dress (rarely seen today except for formal occasions). The bowler hat was introduced ...

WPC Police Pill Box Hat

The WPC’s first uniforms consisted of a pill box hat in the 1970s, which was meant to look different from the men’s custodian helmet. The hat has a white crown and black brim, with the official black ...

Yarnfield Scout and Cub Pack, Swynnerton

Yarnfield Scouts and Cubs standing in front of the Norman west doorway of St. Mary's Church, Swynnerton. Back row (left to right): Mr. Dodd (leader), Rev. Frank Booth, unknown, Mr. Tom Tribe (leader), ...

Yarnfield Scouts

Back row (left to right): Trevor Dodd, Ian Ray, John Deag, Ian Wellings, Richard Mould, Martin Shepherd, unknown. Upper middle row: Paul Baskefield, unknown, unknown, Tim Tribe, Jeremy (Joe) Woolley, ...