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Remembrance Parade, Rugeley

Pictured is the Remembrance Parade at Rugeley War Memorial in 1972. This area of the Town was due to be pedestrianised and after the Parade the Memorial was moved from Anson Street to a new site in Brook ...

Remembrance Sunday Parade, Stone,

Parade seen on the High Street following the Remembrance Sunday Service in St. Michael's Church. On the photograph are Ken Chant, Harry Cox (Royal British Legion Standard Bearer), Fred Leason, Dennis ...

St. John's R.C. Procession, Attwood Street

Girls carrying a statue of the Virgin Mary down Attwood Street. Possibly to celebrate a religious festival or Confirmation.

Stafford Crown Court Opening and RAF Stafford

Service personnel from RAF Stafford are pictured with bayonets fixed as they form a guard of honour during the summer opening of the Crown Court ceremony in Victoria Square, Stafford. The processional ...

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.

Sunday School children, Chadsmoor

A group of children with a Primitive Methodist Sunday School banner standing around a maypole at Chadsmoor, near Cannock.

Sunday School Demonstration Day, Hednesford

A large group of people gathered at a Sunday School Demonstration Day in front of the Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford, before the First World War. These annual Methodist gatherings on a Monday in July ...

Trinity Sunday Parade, Eccleshall

Girl Guides, the Fire Brigade and Friendly Societies (including the Oddfellows) parading along the High Street in Eccleshall, walking away from the church. Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost ...

Trinity Sunday Parade, Eccleshall

Police officers followed by a brass marching band in procession on the High Street in Eccleshall. Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost and takes place in May or June.

Trinity Sunday Parade, Eccleshall

Friendly Societies (including the Oddfellows) parading along the High Street in Eccleshall, walking away from the church. Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost and takes place in May or June....

Trinity Sunday Parade, Eccleshall Church

The procession approaching Holy Trinity Church, Eccleshall. Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost and takes place in May or June.

Trinity Sunday Parade, Eccleshall High Street

Police officers and friendly societies in procession on the High Street in Eccleshall. Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost and takes place in May or June.

Unveiling the War Memorial, Cannock

Positioned in front of the bandstand in Cannock's town centre, the war memorial was dedicated on May 22nd 1923 and formally handed over the the Town Council the following June. It was originally intended ...