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British Legion Parade, Wetley Rocks

British Legion members march past St. John the Baptist church at Wetley Rocks.

Bugler, Stafford area

Lantern slide showing a man in ceremonial livery holding a trumpet or bugle from which is hanging a banner with a coat of arms. Location unknown, but possibly Stafford area. There has been some water ...

Celebrations, Eccleshall

Spectators and a pianist pictured outside Doctor Goss’s house at the junction of Stafford Street and Chebsey Lane (now Stone Road) in Eccleshall. It was demolished when Stone Road was widened in the Second ...

Coronation day, Cannock

A parade to mark the Coronation of George V on June 22nd 1911 in Cannock town centre. The Boys Brigade are in the centre of the picture. Harry Penton, then aged 13 is one of the members, marked in ...

Eccleshall Boy Scouts

Eccleshall Boy Scouts band pictured outside their headquarters, a former chapel on Newport Road, now a private residence, in about 1915-1920.

Festival of Remembrance, Victoria Hall, Hanley

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

Friendly Society banner, Ipstones

Friendly Society Banner belonging to Court St. Leonard No.809 of the Ancient Order of Foresters, Ipstones. Front has painted image of two Foresters and a shield and inscription 'Court St. Leonard No. ...

Friendly Society banner, Leek

Friendly Society banner belonging to Rising Sun Lodge No.933 Order of Druids, from Leek, Staffordshire. Design painted on red silk. Blue and white tassels at bottom. Brass pole. Blue ties. Front has ...

Friendly Society banner, Oakamoor

Friendly Society banner for Alfred Bolton Juvenile Friendly Society, probably associated with Churnet Valley Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, Oakamoor, Staffordshire. Rectangular silk banner, blue ...

Friendly Society banner, Oakamoor

Friendly Society banner for Churnet Valley Lodge No.126 of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, Oakamoor, Staffordshire. Rectangular silk banner, blue ground with red border. Painted illustration ...

Friendly Society banner, Rocester

Friendly Society banner, belonging to the Union Friendly Society, Rocester, Staffordshire (founded 1832, closed 1981). The Society's registered office was the Red Lion Inn in Rocester. Consists of painted ...

Friendly Society banner, Sandon

Friendly society banner belonging to the Earl of Harrowby Lodge, no.2625 of the Independent Order of Oddfellows Manchester Unity. Based at Sandon, Staffordshire. Blue silk border with red and white ...

Loyal Houldsworth Lodge of Oddfellows, Rocester

The Loyal Houldsworth Lodge of Oddfellows (Manchester Unity) no. 321 was founded in 1883 and met at the Cross Keys, High Street, Rocester. Seated front second from left is John Thomas Simister.

National Federation of Discharged and Demobilised Sailors and Soldiers, Stafford

This postcard view shows members of the Stafford Branch of The National Federation of Discharged and Demobilised Sailors and Soldiers (NFDDSS). If you recognise anyone in the picture or the location please ...

Oddfellows Parade, Eccleshall

Oddfellows marching with their banner along Eccleshall High Street. The event pictured is probably the Oddfellows Parade which took place on Trinity Sunday, which falls in May or June. On the right is ...

Parade in Abbots Bromley

This postcard view shows a church parade and a band passing the 17th century hexagonal butter cross in the Market Place and walking towards Bagot Street in Abbots Bromley. On the right there is a ‘Green ...

Parade in Abbots Bromley

This postcard view shows an unidentified parade positioned by the Post Office (left) and the Crown Hotel (later known as the Crown Inn) on Crown Bank in Abbots Bromley. The parade is thought to be ...

Police Parade, Wetley Rocks

Police march past St. John the Baptist church on Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks

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