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Hill Springs Scouts Pram Race, Rugeley

Scouts taking part in a pram race on Anson street, Rugeley. A Rugeley Times photograph (courtesy of the Birmingham Post).

Hitler youth at Tamworth Castle

Tamworth scouts with the Hitler Youth at Tamworth Castle, pictured on the upper lawns. On the middle row sixth from the left is Mr Kemper, with Mr David Argyle eighteenth from the left.

Hot Lane, Burslem

5 Hot Lane, Burslem. Originally this two storey building was built as a public house called The Dog and Partridge. Today its function is that of a scout hut. The ground floor has two large beaded windows ...

Inter-Troop Scout Sports, Stone

A large group of Scouts pictured on Inter-Troop Sports Day, 12 July 1919. This photograph was taken on or near Stone Cricket Club on Lichfield Road. A postcard view by Stone photographer Phillip Dutton, ...

Kibblestone Camp, Stone

Scouts camping at Kibblestone Camp, May 1942. Standing at the back, 6th from left is Edna Ratcliffe. The Copeland family owned the Kibblestone estate from the mid-nineteenth century. Ronal Copeland ...

Kibblestone Camp, Stone

A group of Scouts, Guides and their leaders at Kibblestone Camp. In the middle row are Edna Price (2nd from right) and Edna Ratcliffe (far right). The Copeland family owned the Kibblestone estate ...

Kibblestone Camp, Stone

A group of Scouts, Guides and their leaders at Kibblestone Camp. Seated on the ground on the right is Edna Ratcliffe. Back row, far right is Edna Page. The Copeland family owned the Kibblestone estate ...

Kibblestone Camp, Stone

The Copeland family owned the Kibblestone estate from the mid-nineteenth century. Ronal Copeland started the first Scout Troop in Stone in 1910. In 1921 he became the County Scout Commissioner for North ...

Kibblestone Scout Camp, Stone

Stone Scouts constructed this camp gate at Kibblestone Scout Camp. It features items representing the town and its industries: a sheaf of corn, a beer cask and Caldon Tiles, who had a factory in the ...

Kibblestone Scout Camp. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape taken at Kibblestone Scout Camp, Staffordshire.

Leaders Group, Gnosall Scouts,

Second from the right is Reg Askey, the District Cub Leader.

Mayor Leason with Brownie Group, Stone,

1st Stone Brownies group were entered in the Walking Group at Stone Festival Parade. The photograph was taken on the G.E.C. car park prior to the start of the parade and shows Town Mayor Cllr. Philip ...

Mayors Procession, George Street, Tamworth

In the procession are the Military Band, Brass Band, Fire Brigade, Police, and Girl Guides. Notice the excellent terracotta facade of Needhams, done by Gibbs and Canning, which is partly hidden by the ...

Opening of St. Michael's Scout Hut, Stone,

St. Michael's scout hut was on Walton Common.

Percy Hall's medal presentation, Town Hall, Leek

Percy Hall, the young boy in the picture was the first Scout to be presented with a Scouts Life-Saving Medal in the town. Councillor T. H. Bishton, Chairman of Leek Urban District Council is the man about ...

Procession to mark the accession of King George V, Leek

Sunday School pupils and Boy Scouts are seen here taking part in the town's procession in celebration of the accession of King George V.

Remembrance Sunday Parade, Stone

Scouts and Guides parading through St. Vincent's Square. In the background is 'Norbury's Junction' with the Falcon Hotel and Norbury's old bakery shop, then occupied by Mayfair Cleaners.

Runners, Granville Square, Stone

Runners in Granville Square, Stone, preparing to carry torches to light beacons to mark the start of Stone's Festival of Britain activities. The boys, from the Boy Scouts, ran to light beacons at Stone ...