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Assembly in a Normacot school

Possibly Normacot Infants School, Meir Road, Normacot. The school opened in 1853, with new buildings in 1876, and a new infants' school in 1895. All the new buildings were demolished in about 1954. ...

Aston-by-Stone school class

Standing in second row, far right, is Christine Wright (nee Benbow).

Aston-by-Stone school class

Standing 2nd row, first on left (with headband) is Christine Wright (nee Benbow).

Aston-by-Stone school class

Aston-by-Stone school group

Baker boys at Shugborough Walled Garden,

David and Colin Baker standing by a chicken coup and run in the South East Walled Garden at Shugborough. Their father Cecil George Baker was the tenant of Shugborough Walled Garden between 1932 and ...

Barley Mow public House, Milford,

In the early twentieth century the Barley Mow was a popular inn with cyclists and day trippers. The building remains little changed today.

Barnfields Primary School, Stafford

This photograph of school children during their reading lesson at Barnfields Primary School was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon.

Barnfields Primary School, Stafford

This photograph of school children at play in their classroom at Barnfields Primary School was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon.

Barnfields Primary School, Stafford

This photograph of school children watching a television programme at Barnfields Primary School was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon.

Barnfields Primary School, Stafford

This photograph of school children during a break from their lessons at Barnfields Primary School was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon.

Bass Shire horses visit to Holy Trinity C.E.(C) Primary School, Burton

This photograph was taken on the school playground during a visit from two of the Bass Shire horses. The school has four school teams, each of which is named after one of the four Bass Shires. Those ...

Belgian Refugees, Stone

Following the German invasion of Belgium during World War I, refugees became a familiar sight in towns and villages across the country. Local photographers found them an interesting subject for postcards....

Belgian Refugees, Stone,

Bell tents and marquee, Uttoxeter schoolboys Farm Camp, Lower Cowley Farm, Gnosall

In 1941 during WWII there was a general shortage of labour, which affected farms as well as many other industries. Already women had been recruited to work on the land (they were known as the Womens' ...

Berkswich School Class

Photograph shows Mrs Freda Wooding's class in the playground at Berkswich School in the 1970s.

Betley Infants School

Pupils and their teacher at Betley infants School, Church Lane, Betley.

Biology lesson, Denstone College

A woman teacher taking a biology or nature studies class with boys who are drawing plants. Building at Denstone College was begun in 1868 and it opened in 1873 as St. Chad's College with 46 boys. ...