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Evode Football Team, Stafford

Evode Ltd.'s football team for the 1968-69 season. Back row (left to right): Mick Gibbs, Roger Machin, Graham Jenkinson, Cliff Jenkinson, John Ferneyhough, John Bevans, Chebbie Butler, Mick Lavelle, ...

Evode Football Team, Stafford

Presentation of a trophy for Evode’s football team. From left to right: Lionel Wilcox, Jack Pelling and Bob Horne.

Bridgeford Players’ production of ‘The Poltergeist’, Great Bridgeford

A scene from the Bridgeford Players’ production of Frank Harvey’s comedy ‘The Poltergeist’. Left to right: Cyril Whitehouse, John Bedford, Beryl Whitehouse, Gwyneth Williams, Barbara Macleod and James ...

Landlord and Regulars outside the New Inn, Stafford,

The New Inn was on Broad Eye; the landlord was Mr Ernest Haywood, seen fourth from the left in his shirt sleeves. Note that some of the men are wearing flowers in their buttonholes, which was a common ...

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 ...

Nurses at Stafford General Infirmary

Stafford General Infirmary about 1930. Megan Haynes is 5th from right in the front row.

Historical exhibition, Festival of Britain, Stone

Stone Historical Exhibition, part of Stone's Festival of Britain events July 1951. Inspecting some ceramic exhibits are, from left to right: R. H. Heeley; Miss Ethel Mary Parker-Jervis O.B.E., J.P.; Councillor ...

Unveiling the War Memorial, Cannock

Positioned in front of the bandstand in Cannock's town centre, the war memorial was dedicated on May 22nd 1923 and formally handed over the the Town Council the following June. It was originally intended ...

Ferrie's Market, High Street, Stone

A display of fresh fruit and flowers in Ferrie's Market, a grocers, florists and fishmongers shop at 43 High Street between about 1947 and 1976. The Town Hall (now the Library) can be glimpsed through ...

Cherry Orchard icecream factory, Meaford

Cherry Orchard Ices Ltd. were based in the stable block at Meaford Hall. Previously based in Newcastle-under-Lyme and Tunstall, the factory part of the business moved to Meaford in 1949.The company also ...

Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone

Alleyne's Grammar School was founded in 1558 by Rev. Thomas Alleyne. The Masters and Fellows of Trinity College Cambridge were made trustees. The first school building was located near to St. Michael's ...

Blood donors, Lotus Ltd, Stafford

A new use was found for the sports pavilion at the Stafford factory of Lotus Ltd., which was usually the venue for many social functions. This picture presented an unusual scene when a mobile unit from ...

Choral and Orchestral Festival, Stafford

Pictured are some of the 700 children from schools around Staffordshire, who took part in the annual choral and orchestral festival arranged by Staffordshire Education Committee held at the Borough Hall ...

Townswomen's Guild, Festival of Britain, Stone

A display of dressmaking, needlework, embroidery and toys organised by Stone Central Townswomen's Guild as part of Stone's Festival of Britain events held at Westbridge Park. Reproduced by kind permission ...

Stone and District Model Society, Stone

A display of model cars organised by Stone and District Model Society held at Westbridge Park as part of Stone's Festival of Britain events.

Charity Ball, Crown Hotel, Stone

Dancers take the floor at a charity ball in the Ballroom at the Crown Hotel, Stone. Music was provided by Bill Hawthorne and his Band.

Cricket match, The Hough, Stafford

Wicket keeper Cyril Goodway leading out Warwickshire 2nd XI out onto the field during their match against Staffordshire, played at the Hough on 4 and 5 June 1952. In the Warwickshire team, seen here ...

Runners, Granville Square, Stone

Runners in Granville Square, Stone, preparing to carry torches to light beacons to mark the start of Stone's Festival of Britain activities. The boys, from the Boy Scouts, ran to light beacons at Stone ...