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Alleyne's Grammar School football team, Uttoxeter

Alleyne's Grammar School, Uttoxeter 1st XI football team for the match versus Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone. Front row (left to right): Ward, Dickenson, White, Goodwin, Waldron, P. Walker (linesman). Back ...

Alleyne's Grammar School kitchen, Uttoxeter

Uttoxeter Grammar School was founded in 1558 in the will of Thomas Alleyne, a school teacher. The school was originally a Grammar School for Boys and was on Bridge Street. Having outgrown the original ...

Alleyne's Grammar School Prizewinners, Stone

A group of School Prize winners at Alleyne's Grammar School. Second row from back, third from right is Keith Farr.

Alleyne's Grammar School Tennis team, Stone

Back row (left to right): Miss K. Heron (Coach and mathematics teacher); Roger Cratchley, Nigel Ball, Mr. Scott (Coach and teacher). Front row: Eddie Derbyshire, John White, John Lloyd, Peter Bland, ...

Alleynes Grammar School, Dove Bank, Uttoxeter

Uttoxeter Grammar School was founded in 1558 in the will of Thomas Alleyne, a school teacher. The school was originally a Grammar School for Boys and was on Bridge Street. Having outgrown the original ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Dove Bank, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of Uttoxeter Grammar School which was founded in 1558 in the will of Thomas Alleyne, a school teacher. The school was originally a Grammar School for boys and was on Bridge Street. Having ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone

Alleyne's Grammar School was founded in 1558 by Rev. Thomas Alleyne. The Masters and Fellows of Trinity College Cambridge were made trustees. The first school building was located near to St. Michael's ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone

A postcard view of Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone. Alleyne's Grammar School was founded in 1558 by Rev. Thomas Alleyne. The Masters and Fellows of Trinity College Cambridge were made trustees. The first ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone

A postcard view of Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone. Alleyne's Grammar School was founded in 1558 by Rev. Thomas Alleyne. The Masters and Fellows of Trinity College Cambridge were made trustees. The first ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone

Front row, seated on the ground (left to right): ?, ?, ?, John Chadwick, Richardson, ?, ?, John Turner, ?, David Barnard, ?, ?, Terry Carter, ?, ?, John Taverner, ?, ?, ?, S. Gerrard, York, Peter Boone, ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone,

Alleyne's Grammar School was founded in 1558 by Rev. Thomas Alleyne. The Masters and Fellows of Trinity College Cambridge were made trustees. The first school building was located near to St. Michael's ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Uttoxeter

New classrooms at Alleyne's Grammar School. Uttoxeter Grammar School was founded in 1558 in the will of Thomas Alleyne, a school teacher. The school was originally a Grammar School for Boys and was ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Uttoxeter

Inside the new canteen kitchen showing steamers. Uttoxeter Grammar School was founded in 1558 in the will of Thomas Alleyne, a school teacher. The school was originally a Grammar School for Boys and ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Uttoxeter

A view of two of the classrooms which were housed in a prefabricated building alongside the chemistry lab which is the new structure to the right. This was an extension to the older building housing ...

Alstom, Lichfield Road, Stafford

Pupils from Silkmore Primary School, Stafford are pictured in front of a Goliath tractor at the Queensville area of the Lichfield Road site in Stafford. During the visit to the site they toured the Power ...

Alstonefield School

Alstonefield School was built in 1842 and closed in 1982. The school building is now occupied by the Village Hall. Back row: Arnold Hibbert (Headteacher). Middle row: Alan Hayes, Alan Johnson, ...

Alstonefield School

Alstonefield School group photograph. There are 83 children and three teachers.

Alstonefield School

Back row: Fred Burton, Jim Oulsnam, Jim Atkinson, Frank Burton, Val Burgess, Bennett Oulsnam. Second row: Nelly Yates (standing), Dorothy Plant, Phoebe Austin, Nelly Allen, Freda Beresford, Ruth Redfern, ...