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Whit Sunday Oddfellows Walk in Brewood

A copy of this photograph is held at Staffordshire Arts and Museum Service.

Wigginton Rose Queen, Lichfield

Miss Eileen Walker as the Village Rose-Queen, with attendants at Wigginton.

William Booth's visit to Newcastle-Under-Lyme

William Booth was a British Methodist Preacher and the founder and first General of the Salvation Army. In 1904 he took part in a 'motorcade' when he was driven around Great Britain, stopping off ...

William Booth's Visit to Stone,

William Booth (1829 - 1912), known as 'General Booth', founded the Christian Mission in 1865. The movement aimed to help the poor and needy of London's East End, and as it developed was renamed the ...

William Tatton's Buxton Road Mill, Leek

Leek Carnival procession passing by Tatton's Mill in 1953. The float faetures an Elizabethan galleon. this building was largely destroyed by fire in 1975. William Tatton (1837-1904) began his silk ...

Winning float for procession, Uttoxeter

Wombourne Carnival

View of marquees, parked cars and people at Wombourne Carnival, held in fields next to the A449 Stourbridge Road dual carriageway.

Women's Land Army Procession, Stafford

Women's Land Army procession through Stafford, seen here in working uniform on Lichfield Road. Their banners read 'The Nation's Food' and 'God save the King'. They are marching to the Market Square where ...

Women's Land Army Procession, Stafford

Women's Land Army parade on Market Square, Stafford. The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who had entered military service. ...

Woodseaves Fete Float, Woodseaves, Stafford

Pictured from left to right are Steven Tilley, Reginald Brown, John Bright, Warwick Brown, Andrew Brown and Alan Fairbrother.

'X-rays' Pageant Float, Stafford,

The annual Stafford Pageant included a procession through the town, and ended with a fair on the town common. A prize was awarded to the best decorated entries and along the route collections were made ...

'Yeti' Costume, Stafford Pageant,

Yeti costume with Lotus Shoes collecting tin photographed on Greengate Street. The spire on the left belonged to the Royal Brine Baths; the gable end on the right was part of the Baths Hotel. The ...

Young Conservatives Carnival Float, Kinver

View of the carnival float, 'Young Conservatives the Pyjama Game'. Theresa Raybould can be seen here on the far left, with Diana Wilkes in the foreground playing a Ukulele.