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Armistice Sunday, Eccleshall

Attendees observing a minute's silence at the Armistice Sunday service in the churchyard of Holy Trinity Church, eccleshall

Armitage Church Fete

The 1972 Armitage Church Fete held in the grounds of Armitage Lodge which has since been demolished. A Rugeley Times photograph, courtesy of the Birmingham Post.

Armitage Infants School Coronation Parade

The children of Armitage Infants School taking part in a parade to celebrate the Coronation of King George VI in 1937. Elsie Mills is holding up the flag. Also in the picture are Mildred Arnold, Rose ...

Armoured Car in R.A.F. Parade, Stafford,

Armoured car in R.A.F. Stafford's 30th anniversary celebration of the No. 2 MT Squadron formed at Kings College Cambridge in 1940. The car, complete with gun turret and R.A.F. markings, is a Rolls ...

Army Cadets on parade, Market Place, Uttoxeter

Army Cadets on parade through Uttoxeter town centre on Coronation Day, 2nd June 1953. View looking towards the Old Talbot pub, the Milk Bar, and Mellor's Opticians.

Army cadets parade at Tamworth Castle

Army cadets in a parade marching past Tamworth Castle. In the left hand file from front to back are, Lt. Elwell Capt. Belt, Bob Hall, David Frankum, Brian Archer, Billy Hall?, Clifford Archer, with Roger ...

Arrival of the Rose Queen, Uttoxeter Carnival, Uttoxeter

Arthur Bott, Long Service Award at theEnglish Electric Co., Stafford

This view was taken during a 25 year Long Service Award presentation to Arthur Bott at the English Electric, Central Standards Department which at the time was based in Foregate Street opposite to the ...

Arthur Inett and daughter Gladys, St. Chad's Church, Pattingham

Arthur lived in Hall End Lane, Pattingham.

Arthur Salt at Rocester Ploughing Match

Arthur Salt came second in his class at this annual ploughing match which took place at the Cricket Field, Rocester.

Arthur Scargill at a miner's strike demonstration, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1984.

Arthur Scargill was President of the National Union of Mineworkers during the 1984 - 1985 miner's strike and became a household name. He attended rallys and demonstrations throughout the country including ...

Article from the Public Enquirer, taken from the Enoch Wood scrapbook - "The Wellington Quick-Step to Anarchy"

Moderate readers of the Public Inquirer on Saturday April 23 1829 might have choked on this partisan account of the movement for Catholics' civil rights in Britain. Thomas Mulock's rage The author ...

Ashfield Wesleyan Mission, Nelson Place, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Assize Judges, St. Mary’s Church, Stafford

Assize Judges, Mr Justice Pearson and Mr Justice Hallett are seen with a Police guard of honour as they enter St. Mary’s Collegiate Church for the service which traditionally preceded the opening of the ...

At the back of Price's Smithy,High Street, Pattingham.

The picture was taken in the yard behind Price's Smithy. What was the occasion?

At the unveiling of the war memorial, Uttoxeter

Pictured left to right are, P.G. Brisbourne, Canon Buscot, Captain Bamford, E.M. Mellor, the vicar, and A.C. Bunting. Photographer: Alfred McCann of Uttoxeter

Audley Brass Band, Silverdale Carnival

Audley Brass Band preforming at the Siverdale Carnival in 1990.

Austin's and Happy Days Coaches, Stafford

This picture of a line of Happy Days Coaches was taken at an unknown event. The Happy Days Coach business was started around 1922 by the Austin family. They operated originally as coal merchants and ...