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Borough Cup Presentation, Stafford

A Boulton of the Penkridge football team receives the Borough Cup from Colonel A M L Harrison, Secretary of the Staffordshire Branch of the National Association of Boys Clubs, after the final with Doxey ...

Boxing Group, Stafford Grammar School

This image appeared in the Staffordshire Chronicle, dated Saturday March 30th 1946. It shows the newly formed Boxing Club at King Edward VI Grammar School, in front of the 1928 extension. Front row ...

Boxing match, Borough Hall, Stafford

This scene shows drama in the boxing ring, as the referee stopped the contest between M Fellows, of Wolverhampton, and B Davenport, of Tunstall, in the Staffordshire Association of Boys' Clubs Boxing ...

Brereton Senior School Football Team

Brereton Senior School’s successful football team is pictured with the Forrester’s Schoolboys Cup. L-R back: Jim Large, A Battium (Teacher), C Handley, S. Mobberley, H Sanders, N Mitchell and Sam ...

Brereton Social Football Club

Brereton Social Football Club was formed in 1899. Back row (left to right): Jack Danks, 'Josser' Harvey, George Turner, George 'Spitter' Southwell, Cyril Naylor, Sam Smith, Tom Jervis, Frank Wright ...

Brine Swim, Royal Brine Baths, Stafford,

In the 1880s a thick bed of salt was discovered on Stafford Common, during the search for a water supply for the town. This led to the opening of the Brine Baths in Greengate Street in 1892, designed ...

British Reinforced Concrete football team, Stafford

The British Reinforced Concrete football team celebrating its most successful season. During the 1937-1938 season they played 21 matches, with 17 wins, 3 draws and one defeat. They also retained the ...

Brown Leather Football boots, c.1890-1920

Football has been popular in Britain for centuries with the first recorded football boots in 1526 when King Henry VIII ordered new boots for his great wardrobe. In the nineteenth century the popularity ...

Burton Cricket Club, Meadow Road, Burton-upon-Trent

This Image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled by Burton upon Trent Civic Society as a record of the town in the year 2000. Text and photograph © ...

Burton Cricket Team

Portrait of the players in their whites stood outside the club house.

Burton Rugby Union Football Club 1st XV, Burton-upon-Trent

Burton Rugby Union Club 1st XV pictured outside their clubhouse and ground at Peel Croft, their home since 1910. the club was formed as Burton Football Club in 1870. This Image is from a collection ...

Cannock Hockey Club

Centre front row is Neville Welch, goalkeeper. Cannock Hockey Club was formed in 1905. By the time of this photograph the club had moved from Cannock Park to new facilities at the Morris Ground on ...

Cannock St. Luke's Football Team

Cannock St. Luke's Bible Class football team for the season 1911-1912. The etched glass window in the background indicates that the team met at a public house. Note the trainer at the far right, holding ...

Charity rugby match, Stafford

A line-out during a charity rugby union match between Shugborough Babes and Stafford Rugby XV held at Stafford Rugby Club, Newport Road, Stafford on 16 September 1973. This was a charity fundraising ...

Charrington & Co. Cricket Club, Burton-on-Trent

Members of the cricket team, during the club season 1924.

Children with bicycles, Stone

Photograph taken near the Railway Bridge in Newcastle Road, Stone. Note the Joules Stone Ales advertisement on the bridge in the background. Left to right; Nancy Jenkins, Hazel Chesters, Graham Chesters, ...

Chris Kirby, boxer, Hopton, near Stafford

Chris Kirby was a familiar figure in boxing circles around Stafford in the 1940s. This photograph was taken outside the R.A.F. gymnasium at Hopton, later to be the site of Hopton Garage.

Colwich Football Club,

Colwich Football Club were in the Stone Stafford and District League when this team photograph was taken.