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Boy with Collecting Tin, Stafford Pageant,

Stan Holt dressed as a jester. The annual procession through Stafford ended with a fair on the town common. A prize was awarded to the best decorated entries and along the route collections were made ...

Caddick Adams family's nanny dressed as Queen Victoria, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The Caddick Adams family's nanny is here pictured dressed as Queen Victoria, for an unknown occasion.

Carnival entry pictured on the canal at Glascote, Tamworth

This photograph shows the view from near the Bottom Lock House in Glascote, looking along the tow path towards Kettlebrook Railway bridge. Dora Crowshaw is seen here, with herself and bike decorated with ...

Carnival float , Uttoxeter

A float in the Uttoxeter Carnival parade, entitled 'While shepherds watched'. Frances Hollins is the angel. She was the angel for several years running.

Carnival float in Uttoxeter Parade

Uttoxeter's Public Baths' horse-drawn float. One man is in a barrel, another has a rubber ring around his neck, while a young boy sits in a dolly tub. Two other men look to be sitting in small tin baths....

Carnival float, Coronation celebrations, Eccleshall

'Ye Olde Eccleshall Boys' football team carnival float at celebrations in Eccleshall for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

Carnival Float, Leek Carnival

This float was in the carnival in 1953 the Coronation year of QE II. The front represents an Elizabethan galleon and the back a QE II warship with the two halves manned by sailors and children from the ...

Carnival Float, Rugeley

Pupils of the Perry School of Dance are pictured on their ‘Swan Lake’ float which is preparing to leave Hagley Park field for a procession through Rugeley. The Swan was played by D Doran. Other swans ...

Carnival Float, Rugeley,

Carnival Float, Uttoxeter

A float from the 1925 Uttoxeter Carnival featuring Native Americans. A postcard view by G.S. McCann of Uttoxeter.

Carnival King and Queen on Dais, Market Square, Uttoxeter

The Carnival King is Ben Shaw. Standing to the left, wearing a chain of office is Alfred McCann, photographer, who was serving as Chairman of Uttoxeter Urban District Council that year.

Carnival King and Queen, Uttoxeter

Carnival King Ben Shaw and his Queen George Hodgkins.

Carnival King and Queen, Uttoxeter Railway Station, Uttoxeter

Carnival procession Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent

A car decorated for Wolstanton Carnival containing children in fancy dress, topped by a child dressed as Britannia. This photograph was taken in Forster Street, Tunstall.

Carnival procession, Charles Street, Cheadle

The white building seen here in the background is the Bird in Hand public house in Tape Street. A shop can be seen on the left hand corner, that was known as 'Pyatts' in the 1950's and 1960's. The gap ...

Carnival Queen, Uttoxeter

The 1935 Uttoxeter Carnival Queen, Miss Kathleen Jardine with the Rocester Queen (left) and the British Railway Queen, Miss Rubey Dovey (right). Photographer: Alfred McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter....

Carving the Boar's Head, Swan Inn, Stone,

The Uttoxeter Guisers visited several public houses in Stone and performed the ancient Stone Mummers' play. The players are dressed in the traditional guisers costume (disguisers) of 'rags and tatters'. At ...

Cast of primary school play, Uttoxeter

The cast of 'Alice in Wonderland', pictured on stage. The name of the school is not known.