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Eccleshall Gymkhana, Brook House Farm, Eccleshall

Competitors pictured at the 2nd Annual Eccleshall Horticultural Show and Gymkhana held at Brook House Farm, Eccleshall. In later years the Show was usually held at Acton Hill.

Eccleshall Horticultural Show

Visitors inspecting displays of garden plants and flowers at Eccleshall Horticultural Show held at Brook House Farm or Acton Hill, Eccleshall. The 1st Annual Eccleshall Horticultural Show and Gymkhana ...

Eccleshall Horticultural Show

Officials and guests pictured at the 7th Annual Eccleshall Horticultural Show which was held in a field off Newport Road lent by Mr J.R. Hawkins. The Show was opened by Mrs Way, wife of the Rev. Charles ...

Eccleshall Horticultural Show and Gymkhana, Brook House Farm, Eccleshall

Competitors pictured at the 2nd Annual Eccleshall Horticultural Show and Gymkhana held at Brook House Farm, Eccleshall. In later years the Show was usually held at Acton Hill.

Essex sow, Staffordshire County Show, Uttoxeter

Essex sow 'Cheddleton Daisy 13th', owned by Cheddleton Mental Hospital in competition at the Staffordshire County Show, held at Uttoxeter Racecourse. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter....

Fancy dress parade at Brewood flower show, Brewood

The flower show was probably organised by the Brewood Cottage Garden Society. Between about 1851 and the start of the First World War, they organised several shows of fruit, vegetables and flowers every ...

Fancy dress, Salt Garden Fete

Fancy dress contestants at Salt Garden Fete, including a Robin Hood, a monk, Florence Nightingale and Little Bo Peep.

Farm Machinery, County Show, Hopton,

Staffordshire Agricultural Society's annual County Show was originally held at various sites around the county. The first show at Stone was in 1844. Since 1958 the County Show has been held at the ...

Flower Show, Brewood

The 26th Annual Show of Flowers, Fruit and Vegetables taking place in the grounds of Dawscroft House, Bargate, Brewood. The Show was organized by Brewood and District Horticultural Society which formed ...

Flower Show, Brewood

Visitors and participants at the 30th Annual Show of Flowers, Fruit and Vegetables held in the grounds of Dawscroft House, Bargate Street, Brewood. the show was organized by Brewood and District Horticultural ...

Fox hunt meet, Acton Hill, Eccleshall

A fox hunt meet pictured at the Eccleshall Horticultural Show and Gymkhana held at Acton Hill, Eccleshall. The 1st Annual Eccleshall Horticultural Show and Gymkhana was held at Brook House Farm in 1947. ...

Friesian cow at Leek Agricultural Show, Birchall, Leek

The first Leek and District Agricultural and Horticultural show was held in 1895, at Belle Vue. The popularity of the show waned in the later 1950s, but after a few years break another show was held ...

Fruit and Vegetable Show, Stafford,

Fruit and vegetable show in the Conservative Club, Lloyd Street.

Garage Trade Stands, The County Show, Hopton,

Rootes Group products at the County Show Ground, advertising Boxall's garage and H. Furbank and Co. Staffordshire Agricultural Society's annual County Show was originally held at various sites around ...

Gnosall Show

Handlers with sheep being inspected at the Gnosall Show. In the background there are cattle in event ring. It was reported in the Staffordshire Newsletter that the Gnosall and District Agricultural ...

Gnosall Show

The Rev. E A Douglas Morgan of Oswestry judging a class of shorthorn cows. The animal on the left, owned and led by Mr F B Aberill, was awarded first prize, and the other, Mr D J Coghill’s “Waterloo Christmas ...

Gnosall Show

Visitors looking at cattle in the event ring at the Gnosall Show. It was reported in the Staffordshire Newsletter that the Gnosall and District Agricultural Society’s 30th annual show was staged on ...

Gnosall Show

Two prize Shire horses owned by Mr A J Malpass, of Lapley Hall Farm, Lapley, canter before the judge, Mr T Baker. Shire mare “Lapley Choice” (centre left) gained a first prize and reserve champions award ...