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Boxing Day Party, Swan Hotel, Stafford,

Boxing Day party in the Ballroom at the Swan Hotel on Greengate Street. This event was a regular charity fundraiser. Situated in Greengate, the Swan Hotel was originally built as two private town ...

Boxing Day Party, Swan Hotel, Stafford,

Boxing Day party in the Ballroom at the Swan Hotel on Greengate Street. This event was a regular charity fundraiser. Situated in Greengate, the Swan Hotel was originally built as two private town ...

Boxing Day Party, Swan Hotel, Stafford,

Boxing Day party in the Ballroom at the Swan Hotel on Greengate Street. This event was a regular charity fundraiser. Situated in Greengate, the Swan Hotel was originally built as two private town ...

Bratt and Dyke staff at the Crown Hotel, Stone

Staff from Bratt and Dyke's Hanley and Stafford Department Stores at the Crown Hotel, Stone. Seated centre, first row back are Company Directors and brothers Stanley and Tony Dyke. Draper Oliver Dyke ...

Bridge Street, Stafford,

Photograph taken from Grapes Corner, the junction of Lichfield Road, Bailey Street and Newport Road. On the right, in the distance, can be seen the clock tower of the Royal Brine Baths. The open-sided ...

Carter Street, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of Carter Street in Uttoxeter. On the left is the Post Office and centre right in the distance is the sign and porch of the White Hart Hotel.

Carter Street, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of Carter Street, Uttoxeter. In the distance can be seen the porch of the White Hart Hotel. This postcard was published by the Kingsway Real Photo, Series. It was posted in Uttoxeter, ...

Castle Hotel, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The Castle Hotel opened in around 1820 and was a popular coaching stop for traffic to and from Liverpool and Manchester, before the arrival of the railways. Castle Hotel had to close as a licensed premises ...

Castle Hotel, Holloway, Tamworth

The Castle Hotel began life as an 18th century coaching inn owned by the Lakin family. It was still being used as a Hotel, and a Night Club, in 2003.

Catholic Procession, Stafford,

The Catholic Procession was organised by the parishes of St. Austin's and St. Patrick's. The route was from St. Patrick's Church in the north of Stafford to St. Joseph's Convent on Lichfield Road, ...

Chamber of Trade dinner, Grand Hotel, Hanley

A Hanley Chamber of Trade fundraising dinner held at the Grand Hotel, Hanley in aid of Cottage Homes. Sitting on the left is Gertrude Alice Dyke, wife of Gordon Dyke, one of the directors of Bratt & ...

Charity Ball, Crown Hotel, Stone

Dancers take the floor at a charity ball in the Ballroom at the Crown Hotel, Stone. Music was provided by Bill Hawthorne and his Band.

Charity Dance at the Royal Oak Hotel, Eccleshall

Pictured are the organisers of a charity dance held at the Royal Oak Hotel in Eccleshall during 1957. It was reported in the Stone Guardian that the successful event was one of a number organised yearly ...

Charter Night Dinner, Stone Round Table

Pictured are officials and guests at the charter night dinner of the Stone Round Table which was held at the Crown Hotel and attended by around 130 members and their guests. Stone Round Table was founded ...

Church Bridge, Cannock

The White Lion Hotel and the Hatherton extension of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal at Church Bridge, Cannock. On the right can be seen the flight of 13 locks leading up to Hednesford Basin. ...

Church Street, Stoke upon Trent

A view north along Church Street at the junction with Campbell Place (to the left). Sutherland Chambers, dated 1899, is the large building, with many chimneys, on the left next to the modern supermarket. ...

Clayton Lodge, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is a view of Clayton Lodge which was built in the early 19th century. Frederick Robert Patzer is listed as the owner of Clayton Lodge in Kelly's 1912 directory. Sources show that it was owned by ...

Cliffe Park Youth Hostel, Rudyard

Cliffe Park Hall was built in a Gothic style in 1811 for John Haworth at an estimated cost of £25,000. It was sold by descendents of the Howarth family to the North Staffordshire Railway in 1904. Between ...