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Alrewas Methodist Church

The Methodist Church on Post Office Road, Alrewas. This was originally a Weslyan Chapel

Band of Hope demonstration, Derby Street, Leek

Ball Haye Green Band of Hope march along Derby Street, watched by onlookers.

Band of Hope demonstration, Stockwell Street, Leek

This was an annual church procession originating in Leek and generally involving young adults. The Band of Hope was a movement closely allied to the Temperance movement. This march was led by the Congregationalists, ...

Band of Hope procession, Market Place, Leek

This picture is thought to show the annual Band of Hope demonstration, which assembled in the Market Place before the start of the procession. The Band of Hope was allied to the Temperance Movement, with ...

Band of Hope, Brewood

A Band of Hope group seen at the John Cadwallader Memorial School in Brewood. The Band of Hope were a Temperance Group, who signed a pledge not to drink. Mrs Vallance, the founder of the group in Brewood, ...

Bible Class, Holy Cross Church, Bilbrook

Reverend Pitman is pictured with a group of Bible Class attendees.

Bible Study Class, Stafford,

Group photograph from a bible study class outing.

Bomb damage, Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Chesterton Salvation Army pictured amongst ruined buildings after a bombing raid on Chesterton during World War Two.

Bourne Chapel, Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Church exterior taken at Bourne Chapel, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Caroline Street Congregational Church, Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Church interior taken at the Congregational Church, Caroline Street, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. It was also known as the Independent Chapel and was built in 1819.

Catholic Youth Club, Stafford

Members of Stafford Catholic Youth Club meeting in a classroom at St. Patrick’s Secondary Modern School. Serving refreshments is the club leader, Miss Betty Osborne. The club met on Monday evenings with ...

Christ Church A.Y.P.A. Celebration, Stafford,

Christ Church Anglican Young People's Association celebration. Christ Church opened on Foregate Street in 1839. Its mission church, St. Aidan's, was consecrated in 1902 on Marston Road. Christ ...

Church Army Hut, Brocton Camp, Cannock Chase

The Church of England Men's Society was one of the religious groups that provided facilities for the troops to enjoy a Christian environment. The card says on the back that here you were able to purchase ...

Church band members, Eccleshall,

Club Day procession, Church Street, Leek

The procession was part of the Sunday School festival which took place every year on the first Friday in August. The event is now held on the second Saturday in July. A mixture of adults and children ...

Club Day, Stockwell Street, Leek

A band leads the annual Sunday School festival procession down Stockwell Street towards the Market Place for the traditional hymn singing. The festival originated in the early 1800s, and took place on ...

'Club Feast', Marchington

The 116th annual Marchington 'Club Feast'. The procession is seen leaving the church, with some villagers carrying banners. A policeman stands in front of the Dog and Partridge pub, and Mrs Lucy Sandham, ...

Colwich Mothers' Union

This group is believed to be the Colwich branch of the Mothers' Union with toddlers and babies. The woman in the centre holds twins. This photograph was possibly taken on the driveway of Colwich Vicarage....