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Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

Horn dancers performing in 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 tradition is believed to date ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

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 date back to 1226 when it was part of a three day ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, Admaston

The Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers performing in Admaston village. The horn dance is an annual event which takes place on the first Monday after the first Sunday after 4th September. The tradition is ...

Bass Museum Beer Engine Float moving down High Street, Burton-on-Trent

The float is moving towards the Market Place past Ellis and Barnaby Rudge. Crowds look on from both sides of the road. The procession is probably part of Burton Festival.

Children's festival, Uttoxeter

Dancing, Festival of Diwali, Stafford

Festival of Diwali at The Blessed William Howard School, Rowley Avenue. Diwali is a Hindu and Sikh festival, also known as the 'Festival of Light' as it celebrates that darkness is driven away by light. The ...

Dancing, Festival of Diwali, Stafford, (2)

Festival of Diwali at The Blessed William Howard School, Rowley Avenue. Diwali is a Hindu and Sikh festival, also known as the 'Festival of Light' as it celebrates that darkness is driven away by light. The ...

Easter Festival

Etching by Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988). Dimensions: height - 350mm, width - 475mm

Elford Hill and the Maypole Public House, Eccleshall,

The Maypole public house is now named the Blue House. It was known locally as the 'Old Conkers' due to the chestnut tree nearby. The building is now a private residence. The village maypole can be ...

Endon Festival.

A display of agility at Whit Monday celebrations in Endon, 1952.

Festival of Britain celebrations, Codsall area

The picture shows Marion Winter as the Codsall Festival Queen. The Festival of Britain was celebrated between May and September 1951 in many towns and villages around Britain. The Government hoped ...

Festival of Britain dish

Dish made to commemorate the Festival of Britain, 1951. 1978.P.72. 1951.

Festival of Diwali, Stafford

Festival of Diwali at The Blessed William Howard School, Rowley Avenue. Diwali is a Hindu and Sikh festival, also known as the 'Festival of Light' as it celebrates that darkness is driven away by light. The ...

Festival of Remembrance, Victoria Hall, Hanley

One of the bands pictured is the Stafford British Legion Band.

Girl Guide Halloween party, Eccleshall

Back row left to right: Sheila McKee, Mrs Joan Clark (District Commissioner for Eccleshall), Margaret Silitoe, Elizabeth Fawcett, Eva Stubbs, Alison Cullen, unknown, Frances Pedley, Ann Silitoe, Elizabeth ...

Harvest Festival display, Rising Brook School, Stafford

Harvest festival services were held at several local schools in Stafford during September 1952. In this picture, taken at Rising Brook Mixed Junior and Infant School, Ian Pickstock and Judith Walters, ...

Harvest Supper, Sandon

Harvest Supper held in the Village Club, Sandon. Standing to the right is Rev. Greenup. Lord Harrowby is seated at the right hand table, wearing glasses, and Lady Harrowby is opposite him. Also in ...

High Street, Stone

Marching band in a parade along the High Street. On the left is the Unicorn Hotel which was demolished in the early 1980s. On the right with the AA and RAC signs is the Crown Hotel. The Crown Hotel ...