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Primitive Methodist Chapel, Woodseaves,

The chapel at Woodseaves, in the parish of High Offley, was built in 1863. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Horse and trap, Woodseaves

Horse and trap outside the Cock Inn. The landlord at the time was Thomas Lees. Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

Portrait of a man, Woodseaves area

A portrait of an unidentified man from the Woodseaves area. Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

Family group, Woodseaves area

An unidentified family group from the Woodseaves area. Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

Club Day, Cheswardine, Shropshire

Club Day procession at Cheswardine walking down the High Street away from St. Swithin's Church Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

St Swithun's Church, Cheswardine, Shropshire

St. Swithun's Church has a Perpendicular west tower and an Early English chapel. The rest was rebuilt by J.L. Pearson in 1888-89. Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

Primitive Methodist Chapel, Woodseaves,

The chapel at Woodseaves, in the parish of High Offley, was built in 1863.

School Group, Norbury

Class I pupils with their teachers at Norbury School. The National School was built between 1846 and 1847 on land given by the Earl and Countess of Lichfield. In 1906 the school was enlarged to hold ...

Builders at Elford Grove, near Eccleshall

Builders at work renovating Elford Grove, the home of John Kelsall. The workmen appear to be replacing windows and doors and the walls of the house look to have been newly rendered. Photographer: ...

Club Walk, Woodseaves

Photograph taken outside the Plough Inn, Woodseaves. Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

Horse and Trap, Woodseaves

Horse and trap outside the Cock Inn. Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

High Street, Eccleshall

These buildings were demolished in the 1960s, to make way for a new rest home, Lonsdale Court. The building on the right is Lonsdale House. Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

Soldiers outside the Reform Tavern, Woodseaves

Men in military uniform, possibly a military band, standing outside the Reform Inn in Woodseaves. The landlord at the time was Charles Husselbee. Photographer: Harry Osborne of Woodseaves.

Remembrance Sunday, War Memorial, Stafford

The crosses at the War Memorial in Victoria Square, Stafford, commemorating the Fallen of two World Wars, are examined by three 20 year old Stafford National Servicemen, on demobilisation leave, who have ...

Stafford Savings Committee, Stafford

Civic visitors and leaders of the local savings movement are pictured at the annual dinner and concert arranged by the Stafford Savings Committee at the Oddfellows’ Hall, Stafford. Seated left to right: ...

National Federation of Discharged and Demobilised Sailors and Soldiers, Stafford

This postcard view shows members of the Stafford Branch of The National Federation of Discharged and Demobilised Sailors and Soldiers (NFDDSS). If you recognise anyone in the picture or the location please ...

Pageant Dance Troupe, Stafford

These young dancers are pictured in action at Stafford Common after the Stafford Pageant procession, which started in Stychfields, progressed through the town centre and finished at the Common. Please ...

The Mayor’s Sunday Parade and RAF Stafford

During the Mayor’s Sunday Parade RAF Stafford service personnel are pictured marching through the Market Square towards Gaolgate Street in Stafford. On the platform taking the salute is the Mayor of ...