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School children, Flash

A group of school children from Flash Primary School outside their temporary overspill school at Cross Side Cottages on Back oth' Cross. From left to right are: Sue Kidd, Tanya Shaw, Hayley Clarke, Barry ...

Brocton Gravel Pit, Cannock Chase

Brocton Gravel Pit was worked by Brocton Gravel Company between 1930 and 1960. Pictured are Harold Foster with his workmates. The company was set up by Fred Riley.

Pottal Pool, Cannock Chase

Pottal Pool Lido opened on 3 August 1933, offering bathing, light luncheons and teas. As well as swimming and diving facilities there was a paddling pool for small children and floodlighting in the evening. ...

Pottal Pool, Cannock Chase

Looking out across Pottal Pool from the chalet. Pottal Pool Lido opened on 3 August 1933, offering bathing, light luncheons and teas. As well as swimming and diving facilities there was a paddling ...

Pottal Pool, Cannock Chase

Pictured sitting in front of the chalet at Pottal Pool Lido are Harold Foster and his daughter Doris. Harold Foster managed the gravel pit at Pottal Pool in the 1940s. Pottal Pool Lido opened on 3 ...

Pottal Pool Gravel Pit, Cannock Chase

Pottal Pool Gravel Pit was operated by Brocton Gravel Company which had been set up by Fred Ridley in 1930. Harold Foster, relative of Fred Ridley, built and managed Portal Pool gravel pit in the 1940s, ...

Pottal Pool Gravel Pit, Cannock Chase

Pottal Pool Gravel Pit was operated by Brocton Gravel Company which had been set up by Fred Ridley in 1930. Harold Foster, relative of Fred Ridley, built and managed Portal Pool gravel pit in the 1940s, ...

Eccleshall Road, Tillington, Stafford

A postcard view of a quiet scene looking northwest along the Eccleshall Road, Stafford. On the left is the tree lined boundary wall and railings of Stafford Cemetery. In later years the stone wall ...

Brocton Village Bazaar

Members of the Youth Club sample some of their home-brewed ginger beer which they sold at Brocton village bazaar on Saturday 7 December in the afternoon. Pictured are, from left to right: Bert Oakland, ...

Stafford and District Symphony Orchestra, Stafford

Members of the Stafford and District Symphony Orchestra have a busy season before them, with a concert in Stafford planned for November and another for the Spring. Please contact us if you recognise anyone ...

Gnosall, Staffordshire

Watercolour painting by John Louis Petit (1801-1868). View of St Lawrence's Church, Gnosall. This collegiate church dates from the Norman period, as seen in the stonework of the west crossing arch ...

Weeping Cross Farm, Baswich

This large early 19th century Georgian farm house was demolished shortly after this photograph was taken in 1963. The farm stood to the south side of what is now the junction of Baswich Lane and Sandringham ...

Baptism, Royal Brine Baths, Stafford

Mrs D Whittaker, one of the oldest members of the Covenant Hall Evangelical Church, St. Patrick’s Street, Stafford, is pictured being baptised by the Rev. Selwyn Homer at the Royal Brine Baths on the ...

Bushbury Hall, Wolverhampton

The west front of Bushbury Hall. The hall is Grade II listed and dates from the 17th century with a late 18th century front range. Charles I stayed here in 1644 or 1645 and the chair in which the King ...

Wood Eaton Hall, Church Eaton

Wood Eaton Hall stands on Broad Lane, near Church Eaton. It was designed by William Baker, built in 1754-55 and is Grade II listed. It has since become known as Hall Farm House.

Billington Hall, Bradley

Billington Hall stands on the A518 between Stafford and Haughton and is a late 18th century, Grade II listed three-storey brick-built house.

Cooksland Hall, Seighford

Built in the early 19th century, Cooksland Hall belongs to the Eld family.

Rodgeley Lodge Farm, Chebsey

Farmhouse at Rodgeley Lodge, near Chebsey, built 1856