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Racing Pigeon society

This photograph of racing pigeon enthusiasts was taken by a student from Staffordshire University as part of his studies. The 1994 exhibition was entitled 'New Members Welcome' and looked at the variety ...

Siemens Morris Dancers, Stafford

Siemens Morris Dancers pictured with First Prize certificates for Stafford Infirmary Pageant 1st and 2nd July 1922. Their badges read 'E.E.C.' (English Electric Company) and 'S.W.W.C.' (Siemens Works ...

Stafford Amateur Garden & Horticultural Society

Committee members of Stafford Amateur Garden and Horticultural Committee pictured at a meeting. In this group are Mr J. Martin (back row, third from left), Alderman C.E. Fowke (Chairman, front row, third ...

Stafford and District Caged Bird Society, Stafford

The colourful plumes of this prize-winning bird at Stafford and District Cage Bird Society’s show held at the Noah’s Ark Inn, Stafford, on Saturday 15 November, won the admiration of eight year old Valerie ...

Stafford Postmarks

This special limited edition postcard was produced by the Stafford and District Philatelic Society for the 8 November 1986. Copies were on sale at the Midland Philatelic Federation Autumn Assembly which ...

Stafford Railway Circle Annual General Metting

Stafford Railway Circle was formed by local railway enthusiasts in 1957. From left to right: Armand Chatfield, Bob Siberry, Mrs E. Bagnall, Graham Cox.

Stafford Railway Circle, Annual Dinner, Swynnerton

Stafford Railway Circle's Annual Dinner, 1963, held at the Fitzherbert Arms, Swynnerton. Stafford Railway Circle was formed by local railway enthusiasts in 1957. Back row, standing (from left to right): ...

Stafford Railway Circle, Stafford

Members of Stafford Railway circle standing on Castle Street Bridge, Stafford. Stafford Railway Circle was formed by local railway enthusiasts in 1957. From left to right: G.W. Taylor, Armand Chatfield, ...

Stafford Trades and Labour Rifle Club

Their eyes are on the target in this photograph with keen members of the Stafford Trades and Labour Rifle Club pictured on their weekly practice night. Taking aim are Mr E Williamson and Mr F Loveys (Captain), ...

Stafford Youth Week leaflet

Programme for Stafford Youth Week, 31 March - 6 April 1963, organised by Stafford and District Youth Leaders' Council. The week consisted of talks, sporting events, exhibitions, concerts and drama to ...

Stone and District Model Society, Stone

A display of model cars organised by Stone and District Model Society held at Westbridge Park as part of Stone's Festival of Britain events.

The Globe, High Street, Silverdale

The Globe public house at 53 High Street, Silverdale. Photograph taken by a member of the Silverdale Community Play Association.

The Red Flag Anthem. Photographed by William Blake.

Lantern slide showing a page containing the lyrics to the song "The Red Flag" written by J. Connel. The song is a famous socialist anthem and one of many clues suggesting Blake's own ideological beliefs. ...

Visit of Wolverhampton Naturalist and Archaeological Society to Patshull Hall, Patshull

Woodcraft Folk, Annual National Conference, Stafford

The Mayor, Alderman C E Fowke is introduced to a Danish member (name unknown) of the Woodcraft Folk movement at the annual national conference, held for the first time in Stafford. Looking on left to ...

Workers' Educational Association, Drake Hall, near Eccleshall

Page 41 of 'Drake Hall - A War-Time Hostel', a souvenir book produced for staff and residents at the Swynnerton Royal Ordinance Factory hostel at Drake Hall, produced in 1945. Describing the work of the ...

Wrottesley Observatory

The observatory was built around 1842 by the British astronomer John Wrottesley (1798-1867) in the grounds of Wrottesley Hall. In 1841 Wrottesley inherited his father's title, becoming the 2nd Baron ...

Wrottesley Observatory

The observatory was built around 1842 by the British astronomer John Wrottesley (1798-1867) in the grounds of Wrottesley Hall. In 1841 Wrottesley inherited his father's title, becoming the 2nd Baron ...