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Abbots Bromley - Market House and Stocks: sepia drawing

'The Market house at Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire,' showing a Tudor octagonal building. The stocks (for three) are set between two pillars. There is a public house on the right, and cottages behind.'J. ...

Abbots Bromley - Tudor Market Cross and House: pen and ink drawing

'Market Cross, Abbots Bromley,' showing a row of houses and the church in the background. 'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]

Abbots Bromley - Window Glass at Hall Hill: coloured pencil sketch

Coloured pencil sketch from glass panel. Showing the upper part of man on horseback, waving scimitar, [Wulfric Spot]. Showing the Coat of Arms of Burton Abbey in the corner.Anonymous [S. Shaw].[The original ...

Abbots Bromley Almshouses: sepia drawing

'Almshouses at Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire,' showing the front of the building facing the street, with a classical double doorway and a path railed from the street.'J. Buckler.'

Abbots Bromley Almshouses: sepia wash drawing

'Bagot's Arms Houses (sic), Abbots Bromley,' showing a view looking up the street on the left. The gable end of a timbered house is on the right hand side of the lane leading up to the church. Showing ...

Abbots Bromley Church : pencil sketch with slight wash

'Abbots Bromley.' View from the east south east, showing the tower the south aisle and porch, and the classical east window. Anonymous, [S. Shaw.]

Abbots Bromley Church : sepia drawing

'South East View of Abbots Bromley Church, Staffordshire,' showing the south east chapel and tower (1685 classical), and a square headed window in the south aisle.'J. Buckler.'

Abbots Bromley Church: sepia drawing

'North view of Abbots Bromley Church,' showing the north door in the north aisle, and the north east chapel.'J. Buckler.'

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

This colour-tinted postcard view shows the Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers posing for the camera in their new costumes on 12 September 1904 in the garden of the Vicarage in Abbots Bromley. On the reverse ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

Horn Dancers performing on the lawn at the Vicarage, Abbots Bromley. The horn dance is an annual event which takes place on the first Monday after the first Sunday after the 4th of September. The ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

The description on the front of this postcard view is ‘Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers Established 400 Hundred Years’. In this scene the Horn Dancers are pictured in Abbots Bromley by the west door of St. ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

This postcard view shows the Horn Dancers performing their dance by the Butter Cross in the centre of Abbots Bromley, while the two cameramen (on the left) are also pictured as they film this famous annual ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

Horn dancers performing by the Butter Cross. The horn dance is an annual event which takes place on the first Monday after the first Sunday after the 4th of September. The tradition is believed to ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

A postcard view of the Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers posing for the camera. The Horn Dance is an annual event which takes place on the first Monday after the first Sunday after the 4th of September. ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers performing by the Butter Cross. In the background can be seen Crown Bank with the Crown Inn and Wheeldon's taklors and outfitters shop. he horn dance is an annual event ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers

Three horn dancers stand with a melodeon player in front of St. Nicholas' Church doorway, Abbots Bromley. The horn dance is an annual event which takes place on the first Monday after the first Sunday ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers

Two of the characters from the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, the Hobby Horse and the cross-bow bearer. The dance procession usually starts at 8.30 am on the vicarage lawn and between 8.30-9am the dancers ...

Abbots Bromley Old Houses: sepia drawing

'Old Houses in Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire,' showing timbered houses with two gables, located on the corner of land leading to church. The almshouses are on the left.'J. Buckler.'