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Opening of the Municipal Hall foundation stone, Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The stone was laid under great ceremony in 1888 by the Mayor and civic dignitaries of the time.

Oulton, Stone

A wintry view of Oulton, with the Village Hall in the foreground and the Abbey buildings beyond.

Pageant Party, Stafford

Watched by some of the 80 children who attended, Miss Wynne Porter is pictured as she cuts the large iced cake at a party for her pupils, held at the Oddfellows Hall in Stafford on Friday 24 October to ...

Parish noticeboard, Longdon

A 'Best Kept Village' poster and an Open Garden poster can be seen on the Parish noticeboard. Thought to be located on Brook End near its junction with Mill Way in Longdon.

Party at Walton Community Hall, Stone

A party for members of Walton Revellers dance troop held at Walton Community Hall. This group includes: Freda Ferneyhough, Annette Ferneyhough, Mrs Ahearn, Les Maddox, Peter Bateman, Anne Ferneyhough, ...

Postcard of The Square in Forsbrook

This photograph was taken after the demolition of a cottage in the middle of The Square. The Grindley Memorial Hall can be seen on the far left hand side of the photograph. Photograph donated by ...

Postcard view of The Club, West End, Pattingham

'The Club' was a Working Men's club. It was demolished in 1953 and a new one was built next door.

Presentation in Derrington Village Hall

Presentation in Derrington Village Hall of certificates awarded to young people for their good work in the community. Back row (left to right): Katy Sutcliffe, Helen Salmons (married name) née Thornley. Middle ...

Primitive Methodist Chapel, Rugeley

A view of the Primitive Methodist Chapel which was built in 1870 on the corner of Church Street and Lion Street in Rugeley. The Chapel closed in 1955. At the time this photograph was taken the building ...

Quaker Meeting House, Stafford,

The Society of Friends, or Quakers, established themselves in Stafford around 1650. As a minority religion they were heavily persecuted. Quakers refused to be buried in St. Mary's churchyard, so they ...

Rangemore Club, Rangemore

The Club was built in the Victorian estate village of Rangemore, which belonged to the Bass family. The family residence was Rangemore Hall.

Red Cross Annual General Meeting and Awards Presentation, Stafford

Miss A L Green County Director, accompanied Viscountess Falmouth, who is pictured presenting the Coleman Cup for the best men’s first aid and nursing detachment, to Mr A Lander, Captain of the Staffs. ...

Salvation Army Building, Bridge Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Oil painting by Doreen Fletcher showing the blue door to the former Salvation Army building on Bridge Street in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The door was reached by ascending seven stairs. Notice the yellow ...

Sandon Village

Looking north through the village. On the right is Seven Stars Cottage. The road leading off to the right leads to the gate to Sandon Hall. The road junction, in the centre of the postcard, is where ...

Scouts meeting, Lotus Club, Stone

A meeting of local Scouts groups pictured at the Lotus Club in Stone. This photograph includes John Barnsley, John Leason, David Amison and Philip Meed. Mr T.A. Beardsmore, Headmaster of Alleyne's Grammar ...

Shops on Stafford Street, Stafford

View looking west along Stafford Street showing shop premises occupied by the Community Council of Staffordshire. Nextdoor can be seen 'Oatcakes and Milkshakes' cafe, serving traditional North Staffordshire-style ...

St. Joseph's Hall, Stone

St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Hall stands on Station Road. In January 1915 it was taken over by the Stone Branch of the Red Cross as a convalescent hospital for servicemen from other war hospitals. A ...

St. Michael's Hall, Stone,

St. Michael's Working Men's Club was built on Lichfield Street in 1911, after the original premises on Abbey Street became too small.