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Garden Party, Darlaston Grange, Stone

a group of children and Guides at the annual party held in the gardens of Darlaston Grange, just outside Stone on the way to Yarnfield. Helen Leslie (nee Poole) is on the swing and Edwina Booth is the ...

Garden party, Foxlowe, Church Street, Leek

This garden party was possibly held to celebrate the coronation of George V. Foxlowe had been the home of the Cruso family during the nineteenth century.

Garden Party, Izaak Walton's Cottage

A garden party at Izaak Walton's Cottage, Shallowford, near Stafford. Front right is Sid Goldstraw with Ann Wilson (now Skerratt). Standing in the centre and leaning forward is Mrs Brown, Postmistress ...

Garden Party, Leighton House, Uttoxeter

Annual charity garden party held by Uttoxeter Young Helpers’ League and Dr. Barnardo's Homes in the grounds of Leighton House, Balance Street, Uttoxeter, the home of local veterinary Major Thomas Vincent ...

Garden Party, Leighton House, Uttoxeter

Annual charity garden party held by Uttoxeter Young Helpers’ League and Dr. Barnardo's Homes in the grounds of Leighton House, Balance Street, Uttoxeter, the home of local veterinary Major Thomas Vincent ...

Garden Party, Meaford Hall

Standing, back row: unknown, unknown, Mr T.A. Beardsmore (Alleyne's School Headmaster), unknown Seated: Major Pedr Pollard (manager of District Bank), Peter Pollard, Miss Parker Jervis, Rev. Harold ...

Garden party, Penkridge

This social event possibly took place at Rock House, Penkridge

Garden Party, Walton Grange, Stone

A group at the annual garden party held by Colonel Barratt Green and his wife at their home, Walton Grange, in Stone. Standing in the back row, far right, are Eileen and Eric Hammersley, Longton ...

Group outside Izaak Walton's Cottage, Shallowford,

Photograph possibly of the opening of the cottage to the public by the Izaak Walton Trust. Izaak Walton was a famous angler and author whose best known work 'The Complete Angler' was published 1653 ...

Group pictured at the Millennium, Burnhill Green, Patshull

Pictured, from left to right are Lois Hall, Mr Adam, Lady Barbara Kwaitkowski, Chairman of South Staffordshire Council, Peter Leigh, Mr Moy, Joan Burton MBE and Mary Mills.

Harvest supper at The Bakehouse, Pattingham

Pictured from left to right are Mrs Monckton, Doris Pugh, Jessie Law, Vera Gittins, Mary Lycett, Milly Gittins, Nancy Caddick, Reverend Prime, Mr Inett, Graham Bull and Joe Caddick.

Home Guard dinner, Pigot Arms Hotel, Pattingham

Members of the Home Guard pictured in the photograph include Mr Hann, Fred Moseley, Jack Moseley, 'Speedy' Tom Ray, Eric Reynolds, Mr Dignan (RAF Perton), Ted Groves (RAF Perton), Charlie Harley, Tom ...

Junior Disco, Rugeley Youth Club

A Rugeley Times photograph (courtesy of the Birmingham Post).

King George VI Coronation, Celebration Dinner, Stone

The Pensioners' Dinner and Entertainment at the Crown Hotel, Thursday, May 13th, 1937. Standing in background: Councillor G. Bagot, Mr T.G. Adie (ex—President of the Traders’ Association), Councillor ...

Knobbly Knees Competition at Stychfields Hall, Stafford

This photograph of a knobbly Knees competition was taken at the English Electric’s Stychfields Hall in Stafford during the Stores and Supply Departments annual dinner-dance. Around 300 employees and ...

Ladies dinner, Beaudesert Golf Club

Miss Iris Withington , the Ladies' President, is seated third from the left. She was proprietor of the Cannock Advertiser.

Lotus Ltd Christmas dinner, Stafford

Lotus Ltd.'s Christmas Dinner held at the Assembly Rooms, Tipping Street, Stafford. Standing at the back are, from left to right: Mr & Mrs Walter Buckley, Mrs & Mr Arthur Cooper, Margaret Moult, Carl ...

Lotus Ltd. Party, Stafford

Lotus Ltd staff at a party, possibly held at Brook Hall, which was the company social club, Sandon Road, Stafford. Lotus was formerly Edwin Bostock's shoe factory, which was on Foregate Street, Stafford. ...