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Lower Street Chapel outing, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This outing was probably from the Methodist Chapel that was located off Lower Street. Church outings were fairly common at the time, people travelling a little way into the countryside to enjoy a walk ...

Parish Church Bazaar, Hednesford

The event took place at Hednesford's Drill Hall over three days. On Wednesday it was opened by Lady Lichfield, on Thursday by Mrs M.B.Williamson of Eashing, Surrey, and on Friday by Miss Florence Thorneycroft ...

Postcard view of Chapel Street, Forsbrook

The tiny Primitive Methodist Chapel (seen on the left hand side) gave its name to the street. It was built in 1856 by a handful of poor people who had struggled to raise the money to build their own ...

Primitive Methodist Centenary Group Meeting, Mow Cop

In 1807 Hugh Bourne held a large camp meeting at Mow Cop. From this meeting stemmed the Primitive Methodists, and this photograph shows the centenary of that event. The Centenary Camp Meeting was a very ...

Primitive Methodist Centenary Group Meeting, Mow Cop

In 1807 Hugh Bourne held a large camp meeting at Mow Cop. From this meeting stemmed the Primitive Methodists, and this photograph shows the centenary of that event. The Centenary Camp Meeting was a very ...

Roman Catholic nuns teaching infants, Rugeley

Sister Irene and infants in the P.F. Pavilion which stood on the northern end of Sandy Lane. The rapid increase in population in Rugeley in the 1960s meant that there was a shortfall in schools' provision. ...

Rose Queen and retinue, St Peters Church, Forsbrook

At the front is Nancy Turner, who had been Rose Queen in 1935. It was common practice to include past Queens and attendants in the procession. Photograph donated by the Blythe Bridge and Forsbrook ...

Rose Queen ceremony, Fulford

Reverend and Mrs Langridge are pictured, during their time at the Church between 1921 and 1937. Photograph donated by the Blythe Bridge and Forsbrook Local Historical Society, who retain copyright ...

Stafford and District Church Federation, Walton on the Hill

Officials and members are pictured at the first annual meeting of the Stafford and District Federation of the Church of England Men’s Society (C.E.M.S.) at Walton Village Hall on Saturday 10 May. Seated ...

Stone Congregational Chapel Outing,

The Congregational Church was built on Longton Road in 1871. After a fire in March 1886 the church was rebuilt and is now St. John's Methodist Reformed Church.

Sunday School Demonstration Day, Hednesford

A large group of people gathered at a Sunday School Demonstration Day in front of the Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford, before the First World War. These annual Methodist gatherings on a Monday in July ...

Sunday School outing, outside the chapel of the School of St. Mary and St. Anne, Abbots Bromley

Sunday School Treat at Clayton Green, Newcastle-under-Lyme

An outing to the rural Clayton Green is captured here. Such outings were becoming more popular at the time amongst all classes of society.

Tean Wesleyan outing to Woodhead Hall, Cheadle

Wesleyan summer outing to Woodhead Hall, Cheadle, the home of William Shepherd Allen, Member of Parliament for Newcastle-under-Lyme. Once a year the Allens gave Sunday School Treats for the Cheadle ...

The Sword Parish Magazine, Brereton, Rugeley

Pictured is the front cover of the November 1976 edition of The Sword, the Parish magazine of St. Michael’s Church in Brereton, Rugeley. This was published by the Benhill Press Ltd., Rugeley. Launched ...

The Sword Parish Magazine, Brereton, Rugeley

Pictured is the front cover of the February 1980 edition of The Sword, the Parish magazine of St. Michael’s Church in Brereton, Rugeley. This was published by the Benhill Press Ltd., Rugeley.

Variety Concert programme, Stafford

Programme for a variety concert organised by Christ Church Parish Social, Stafford and held at the Borough Hall, Stafford on 16th January 1916.

Wesley Place Sunday School outing to Trentham Gardens

David Cooke is on 2nd row, fifth from the left. Two rows directly behind David are Sid and Brenda Bailey. Also in the photograph are four of the Naylor Family. Harold Naylor was Lord Mayor of Stoke on ...

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