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Cemetery Road, Willenhall

Cemetery Road, Willenhall viewed from the Moat Street area. The building in the background of this photograph of the lady and boy was recently used as the Alcatraz Rock Club in Cemetery Road. The Cartwright ...

Chaseley Road and Penkridge Bank Road, Rugeley

A view clearly recognisable today: Chaseley Road on the left joins Penkridge Bank Road, looking towards Rugeley. The current Chase Inn can be seen amongst the trees on the left. It had previously been ...

Chebsey Vicarage

Pictured are the duaghters of the vicar, Rev. Patterson. From left to right: Violet, Brenda and Mary.

Chesterton Board School Infants, Chesterton

Child playing in the snow in Clive Road, Pattingham

This view,taken in 1963, is looking up Clive Road from The Fox Inn at Shipley towards The Clive ridge. The child is Ann Williamson.

Children at Broom Street Nursery School, Hanley.

Children enjoying playtime at Broom Street Nursery. The school was designed of Queen Anne style by architect William Keates. It was built in 1879 to accomodate 750 children and cost £6,953 to construct....

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, ...

Children with Toys, Little Bridgeford,

This photograph was taken on the Stafford to Eccleshall Road at Little Bridgeford. The young girl is holding a metal hoop and stick.

Children's Annual Party, Sandon

Sandon children are pictured totally absorbed while watching one of their film heroes at a film show during the annual party held in Sandon Village Club on 7 January 1956. If you recognise anyone in the ...

Children's playground, Tenterbanks, Stafford

The play facilities were added to Victoria Park in 1930. At the far edge of the playground is the River Sow and beyond are buildings on South Street.

Church Farm, Whitmore

Alan Latham and friend Trevor Simpson, in a cap, tormenting one of the sows at Church Farm, Whitmore. Alan's mother and sister are in the background.

Church Lane, Oulton, Stone

The two-storey building with a chimney in the end gable was a shoe factory built in 1864, probably owned by Thomas Bostock & Co.

Class group, Seighford School

Among the pupils in this photograph taken at Seighford School is Vera Breeze on the back row, fifth on the right and Eunice Breeze on the second row, third from left. Seighford Council School was founded ...

Class group, Seighford School

Among the pupils in this photograph taken at Seighford School is Percy Breeze who is on the back row, second from the right. Seighford Council School was founded in 1874 has since been renamed Cooper ...

Class group, Seighford School

Among the pupils in this photograph taken at Seighford School is Vera Breeze who is on the front row of the group, third from left. Seighford Council School was founded in 1874 has since been renamed ...

Clicking Dept., Mason and Marson Shoe Factory, Stafford, (1)

This is one of a series of postcards sent to the wife of an Australian shoe manufacturer, Fred Cull of George Cull and Son. Mr Cull spent some months working for Mason and Marson on Sandon Road, who ...

Clicking Dept., Mason and Marson Shoe Factory, Stafford, (2)

In the clicking department the various shoe parts were cut from leather. These were then sent to the closing department to be bonded together to form shoe uppers. This is one of a series of postcards ...

Coronation Party, Corporation Street School, Stafford

Children from Corporation Street and Oxford Gardens are pictured at a Coronation party held in the school hall at Corporation Street School, Stafford. Front row: Roy Harrison (3rd from left), Alan ...