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Women’s Royal Naval Service training station, Mill Meece

A group of WRENS at HMS Fledgling E-15, Mill Meece. Mrs Chrys Hill (nee Wood), is sitting in the front row third in from the right. HMS Fledgling. In April 1943 the Admiralty decided to release ...

Women's Institute retirement event, Church Leigh

Retiring Leigh & District Women's Institute President, Mrs. J.H. Prince, is seated (centre) with County Vice-Chairman Mrs. B.E. Howarth, County Secretary Mrs. L. Raynor, and other members. Taken in ...

Women's Land Army, Walled Garden, Shugborough

A group of Women's Land Army girls photographed at the Walled Garden, Shugborough. Some were working in the Walled Garden while others would have been employed in agricultural work at Shugborough Park ...

Women's outing, Pattingham

Back row, from left to right. ?, Mrs Shaw, Bessie Shaw, Lil Monckton, coach driver, Mrs Ray, Florrie French, Minnie Harley, May Newby, Mrs Kidson, Mrs Swaite, Sue Lloyd, Lil Tracey, Mrs Scriven, Mrs ...

Women's Voluntary Service, Cannock

A group of Women's Voluntary Service members in Cannock. Brenda Corp is first left on the back row.

Woodcraft Folk, Annual National Conference, Stafford

The Mayor, Alderman C E Fowke is introduced to a Danish member (name unknown) of the Woodcraft Folk movement at the annual national conference, held for the first time in Stafford. Looking on left to ...

Woodwork class, Knightley School

Woodwork class, students holding woodwork projects. Knightley School was built in 1874 and enlarged in 1894. In 1912 it had places for 125 children.

Workers and Military Band, Siemens Factory, Stafford,

Large group of female munition workers and military musicians outside Siemens factory. The photograph was taken during the annual hospital pageant and the band hold collecting boxes for Staffordshire ...

Workers at Charnes Hall, Eccleshall

A group photograph of workers who were removing rendering from the half timbered external walls of the hall. In this photograph are: R. Furber, G. Smith, F. Parton, A. Simpson, Mr Merricks, Tom Merricks, ...

Workers at Ecton Creamery

Ecton Creamery and Cheese Factory occupied a converted smelting house associated with Ecton copper mines. The creamery closed in 1933, and the Leek and Manifold Light Railway which delivered to and collected ...

Workers outside the Joiners Shop, Bass, Burton-on-Trent

The brewery's Joiners' Shop, is now the Bass Museum.

World Wildlife Award, Western Springs Primary School, Rugeley

Children at Western Springs Primary School are pictured here after having raised money for the World Wildlife Fund.

Worthington & Co. staff, Burton-on-Trent

Worthington & Co. staff, 1891. Bottom row, left to right: J.J. Bound, G. Mayon, W. Smithard, R. Ingram, J. Coxon, Jnr Wilks. Second row: W.C. Buxton, J.P. Coulton, W.S. Dunwell, W.P. Manners, J. Green, ...

Worthington & Co.: Brewers, Maltsters and Chemists, Burton-on-Trent

On the back row are: J. G. Perkins, F. B. Linsey, Guy Rudgard, A. R. Evans, F. Buxton, W. Smith Middle row: ? Hornsey, J. H. Chumley, W. Seddon, R. C. Grimshaw, R. Tilbury. A. W. Robottom, J. Andrews, ...

Worthington family

From left to right: Alice Worthington (nee Harrison, 1881-1968) and her daughters Ivy Alice Worthington (born 1916) and Rose Worthington (1912-1999). Alice was born in Tettenhall, near Wolverhampton, ...

Worthington family, Seighford.

Members of the Worthington family outside Churchyard Cottage, Seighford. From left to right: Evelyn Mary (born 1898), Emily (1859-1923 ), and Edith May (born 1902).

Wounded soldiers at a nursing home, Uttoxeter

Soldiers in inactive service uniforms are seen being entertained in the garden of Eversley, a large house on the Bramshall Road, belonging to T.S. Wilkins.

Wounded soldiers at the Ministry of Pensions Hospital, Brindley Village

The hospital was formerly called the Military Hospital. Among those pictured the only person to be identified is Sister Jessie Price who is seated at the front. The hospital was built for World War ...