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Girl Guides, Kibblestone Camp, Stone

The Copeland family owned the Kibblestone estate from the mid-nineteenth century. Ronal Copeland started the first Scout Troop in Stone in 1910. In 1921 he became the County Scout Commissioner for North ...

Girl Guides, Trentham,

Stone Division of Guides were at Trentham Gardens to welcome the Princess Royal to a Guide rally. Representatives from the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Stone companies acted out 'The order of Chivalry' when ...

Great Haywood Church Lads' Brigade,

Five representatives of Great Haywood Lads' Brigade assembled in Hyde Park, London, to meet King Edward VII during his coronation celebrations.

Hot Lane, Burslem

5 Hot Lane, Burslem. Originally this two storey building was built as a public house called The Dog and Partridge. Today its function is that of a scout hut. The ground floor has two large beaded windows ...

Kids' Saturday Club, Longdon

A group of children from Longdon 'Kids' Saturday Club' posing in front of a poster advertising 'The Best Kept Village Competition' and children's artwork. They are at the junction of Ford Lane and Brook ...

Mayor Leason with Brownie Group, Stone,

1st Stone Brownies group were entered in the Walking Group at Stone Festival Parade. The photograph was taken on the G.E.C. car park prior to the start of the parade and shows Town Mayor Cllr. Philip ...

Northwood Football Team, Hanley

Northwood Church of England School reserve football team, 1946.

Perton Brownies

Perton Brownies pictured with Brown Owl Sheena Davies in the centre of the back row.

Presentation, Stone Girl Guides

From left to right: Pauline Myatt, Ann Burt, Geraldine Piece(?), unknown, unknown, Rosemary Poole.

Remembrance Sunday, Rugeley

A war veteran lays a poppy wreath at the cenotaph in Rugeley town centre. At the front on the right of the picture are the Girls Brigade band. The War Memorial has since been moved into Brook Square, ...

Scouts meeting, Lotus Club, Stone

A meeting of local Scouts groups pictured at the Lotus Club in Stone. This photograph includes John Barnsley, John Leason, David Amison and Philip Meed. Mr T.A. Beardsmore, Headmaster of Alleyne's Grammar ...

Scrubbing the floor, Rowley Street Methodist Schoolroom, Stafford

On the left is 15 year-old Muriel Dodd, one of the members of the 15th Stafford Girl Guides who volunteered to clean Rowley Street Methodist Schoolroom following its redecoration. Please contact us if ...

September Fair, Sandon

Stallholders and fancy dress contestants at the September Fair held in the Parish Room, Sandon in 1966. The fair was organised by the Red Cross Cadets of Sandon as a fundraising event.

Snow Hill Boys Brigade, Stafford

Snow Hill Boys Brigade camping at Skegness, Lincolnshire. Left to right: Vic Skellern, ___ Budd, John Long, Terry Godridge, Alan Lewis and Ken Smith

St John the Baptist Church Guides and Brownies, Longton

Guides and Brownies photographed during the church's bicentenary in 1964. The church was demolished in 1979 because of mining subsidence. After demolition of the church the graveyard was cleared and ...

St. Paul's Cubs, Leek

St. Paul's Cubs in Leek posing for a group photograph in around 1965.

Stone A.T.C. Parade, Church Street, Stone

Pictured are members of 1436 Squadron A.T.C., with the Girls Training Corp on the far right.

Stone Scout and Guide Band Parade, Eccleshall Festival,

Stone Scout and Guide Band parade on High Street. The first Eccleshall Festival was held in 1979. The festival takes place every two years.