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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 ...

Gnosall Show

Cattle being combed, brushed and being prepared for judging in the event ring at the Gnosall Show. Centre right there is a grooming kit box with initials J.F.B. It is thought that this box may belong ...

Gnosall Show

Three and a half year old Angela Middleton and her five year old brother Derek are pictured making friends with Mr J M Belcher’s Shropshire ram lamb at the Gnosall Show. This animal won the James F Bostock ...

Group of judges and officials, Uttoxeter

British Friesian Show and Sale, Smithfield Market, Uttoxeter.

Guernsey Cow, 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 ...

H. Furbanks' stand at the County Show, Uttoxeter

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 purpose-built ...

Heavyweight Hunter, Thorpe Hall, Thorpe Constantine

The Hunter Gelding 'Popinjay' that won best heavyweight hunter at the Alrewas show for Miss Inge. Thorpe Hall was built by Richard Inge in 1651 and remained within the Inge family until at the least ...

Hedge laying competition, Loxley

This photograph shows G.W. Swinson of Leigh laying a hedge, with the judges in the background.

Hedge laying competition, Woodend, Adbaston

The winner of First Prize the Eccleshall District Hedgecutting Match held at Mr H. Timmis's farm at Woodend Farm, Adbaston.

Hedge laying, Eccleshall District Ploughing Match

A hedge laying competition was a regular feature of the Eccleshall District Ploughing Match which was held at farms around Eccleshall in October every year.

Heifer, "Peover Mabel 3rd", Staffordshire Friesian Breeders Club Show and Sale, Uttoxeter

Horse Display Team, 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 ...

Horses and riders, Canwell Show

Two women riders in waterproofs and cloche hats at the Canwell Show, held at Canwell Hall. Photographer: Gerald McCann, photographers of High Street, Uttoxeter.

Horticultural Show, Acton Trussell

Mr D Tonks (judge) points out prizewinning exhibits to the Chairman, the Rev. W A Appleby (Vicar of Bednall) at Acton Trussell horticultural show, looking on are left to right: Mr A W Bunn (committee ...