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Gamekeepers, Maer Hall Estate

This group of gamekeepers, pictured with their dogs, guns and catch of rabbits and fowl are believed to be from the Maer Hall Estate.

GEC ALSTHOM Employees, Charity Sponsored Run

On a grey Autumn morning in 1989 employees from the adjacent site of GEC ALSTHOM'S Distribution Services Division and the Site Services Division are pictured gathering on the car park of Lloyd’s Bank, ...

GEC ALSTHOM Goose Chase Competition, Rhayader, Wales

Pictured at their base camp near Rhayader in north Wales are team members and winners of the 1993 Goose Chase Competition from Stafford’s GEC ALSTHOM Transformers Ltd. Left to right: Tony Garnett, Gary ...

GEC Turbine Generators Ltd. Stafford

Pictured are the winners of the GEC Turbine Generators Inter-department 5-A-Side Football competition, Machine Shops ‘A’ Team. From left to right: Joe Banton, Rob Skelton, Geoff Edensor, Doug Dawson ...

Granville Youth Club Football Team, Stone

Back row (left to right): Derek Hodgetts, John Booth, John Morris, Ken Finney, Dennis Banks, Bill Abbotts. Front row: Reuben Harvey, Mick Beswick, Barry Hood, John Land, Charlie Elkin.

Gym lessons at Doxey Primary School, Stafford

The reason for this photograph is unknown, but it clearly shows the changes that have taken place in school gym lessons. Doxey Primary School has also been altered since this photograph was taken as ...

Gymkhana, unknown location. Photographed by William Blake.

Gymkhana at an unknown location.

Harry Poole, Game Keeper Ingestre Hall

Portrait photograph of Harry Poole and his retriever. Harry was employed as Head Gamekeeper by the Earl of Shrewsbury at Ingestre Hall between 1920 and 1928. He was later employed as Head Keeper under ...

Harry Poole, Gamekeeper, Ingestre

Harry Poole was employed as head game keeper by the Earl of Shrewsbury at Ingestre Hall between 1920 and 1928. He was later employed as Head Keeper under Mr Harrison, who held the shooting rights to ...

Haughton Football Club

This postcard view shows Haughton Football Club posing for the camera. The men on the front row are sitting on a mat to avoid the puddles and the damp ground and the man in the centre holds a football ...

Hednesford Skating Rink Hockey Club

The team of five hockey players stand in sports kit flanked by two men in normal clothes. The skating rink building was also used for dances and functions, and later became a cinema, originally called ...

Hednesford Town Football Club

Hednesford Town F.C., thought to have been taken in front of the Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford. Formed in 1880, Hednesford Town initially played at a ground behind the Anglesey Hotel known as ‘the Tins’ ...

Hednesford Town Football Club

Back row (left to right): Bob Hughes, Ben Guy, Isiah 'Casty' Thacker, Isiah Guy. 2nd row: Clem Taylor (proprietor of the Beehive Stores), Ted Carney, Fred Galley, Herbert Webster, Bob Edwards, Joe ...

Hockey Festival at Yarnfield

Pictured are a group of players who took part in the Post Office Central Training School’s first Hockey Festival at Yarnfield during April 1956. If you recognise anyone in the photograph, please contact ...

Hockey Match, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of a women’s hockey match possibly at Oldfields sports ground, Uttoxeter. This picture was taken by Alfred McCann who was a member of the McCann family of photographers from Uttoxeter....

Hockey Team, Lotus Shoe Factory, Stafford,

Back row: Nelly Brookes, Eva Shotton, Ada Peaple, Ethel Haughton, Nan Haughton. Middle row: Hilda Scarlett, Louie Cross, Miss Brian (the Lotus Games Mistress), Hilda Peaple. Front row: names not known. Lotus, ...

Hockey Team, Stafford Girls' High School,

Group photograph of Stafford Girls High School hockey team with three of their teachers (seated centre). In 1907 the County Council took over a private girls' school at the Moat House on Newport Road, ...

Holiday makers

This photograph shows three people enjoying the beach in their bathing costumes. During the years between the first and second world wars the holiday seasons saw hordes of people flooding into seaside ...