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Alstonefield Band

Back row, left to right: Frank Austin, unknown, unknown, Robin Beresford of Mill Dale?, Johnny Slater, unknown, unknown. Front row, left to right: Tommy Bimball, unknown, Ted Austin, Ralph Manifold, ...

Amateur Operatic Society, Bostock's Shoes, Stafford,

Bostock's (which became Lotus in 1919) encouraged their employees to participate in sports and social activities. A Welfare Superintendent was appointed after the First World War and activities included ...

Amateur Operatic Society, Stafford,

Possibly Stafford Operatic Society, with members of the orchestra on the back row in evening dress.

Amington Band and Artistes, Wiltshire

Amington Band and other performers at Bullford Army Camp Wiltshire 23rd to 25th August 1945. This was a concert party run by Fred Cotterill to entertain the troops during the Second World War. Standing: ...

Amington Band at Drayton Manor

Amington band taken at Drayton Manor from their 1923 Victory at Crystal Palace london. A. Taylor T. Pegg, Artur Pegg, W. Stephens, N.Bodler, E.Dimbleby, Jack Cradock, G.Hartwell, Joe Lawrence, J.Leedham, J.Downes, ...

Amington Band, Amington School, Tamworth

A photograph taken at the Crystal Palace Cup Presentation at Amington School on 18th October 1921. Back row: H.Starkey, E.Dimbley, J.Cradock, C.Thompson, L.Goring. T.Pegg, W.Elton, J.Lawrence, A.Pegg, ...

Amington Band, Fazeley, Tamworth

Photograph taken at H. Risdale's home in Fazeley, on the occasion of Amington Band being prizewinners at the Belle Vue Championship Contest in 1932. Back row: W. Wright, A. Pegg, J. Lawrence, A. leedham, ...

Amington Band, Sharpe Street, Amington, Tamworth

Amington Band at the Band Room, Sharpe Street, Amington. Amington Band was started in 1917, with Roland Davis as Bandmaster. The band began by using old instruments, until they could raise enough money ...

Amington Band, Tamworth Carnival

Amington Band marching along George Street during the 1951 Tamworth Carnival. Amington Band was started in 1917, with Roland Davis as Bandmaster. The band began by using old instruments, until they ...

Amington Band, Tamworth Carnival

Amington Band approaching Victoria Road Colehill, Tamworth Carnival 1930s. Amington Band was started in 1917, with Roland Davis as Bandmaster. The band began by using old instruments, until they could ...

Amington Brass Band, Tamworth

Amington Bandsmen pictured here with their trophies at Amington. Amington Band was started in 1917, with Roland Davis as Bandmaster. The band began by using old instruments, until they could raise ...

Avon Players Annual Dinner, Stafford

Members of the Avon Players take a brief rest from their exacting task of producing plays to enjoy their annual dinner at the Swan Hotel in Stafford. Thirty five members attended the dinner and after ...

Avon Players Production of 'Not Now Darling', Stafford,

From left to right are Gordon Fradley, Peter Levy, Pat Hackett and Roy Fox. The set was designed by Ian Tavernor.

Avon Players Production of 'Rookery Nook', Stafford,

This production took place at the Borough Hall, 11-14 February 1952. From left to right: ?, Maureen Acton, Gertrude Dunmore, John Goldsmith, George Strachan and Mary Wood.

Avon Players' Triple Bill, Stafford,

Avon Player's Triple bill of one act plays by George Bernard Shaw. In the centre is the cast of 'Press Cuttings', with 'Man of Destiny' to the right and 'Tons of Money' on the left. Second on the ...

Avon Players, "Johnny Belinda", Stafford

R-L: George Strachan, Eric Copeland, actress Josie Bostock.

Avon Players, George Bernard Shaw Festival, Stafford

Pictured is a scene from ‘The Man of Destiny’ produced by the Avon Players. The players left to right are: Donald Bradley, Frank Lloyd (who played Napoleon), Celia Leigh and Stanley Orrillard. Production ...

Avon Players, 'The Dark Lady of the Sonnets', Stafford,

Production of George Bernard Shaw's 'The Dark Lady of the Sonnets', produced by Frank Lloyd. The play was performed at the Blind Centre, North Walls and was also entered in the North Staffordshire Drama ...