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Barford. May Day revels

Barford Church of England schoolchildren in May Day dress with Sam Bennett, the well known Fiddler from Ilmington. 1912 [The children are dressed for Morris dancing, to perform the 'Bacca Pipes' Morris ...

Dunchurch. Cross and stocks

The square, with broken Cross and stocks, Dunchurch. Children sitting on steps of Cross with garlands. Postmarked 1904

Stratford upon Avon. Yorkshire Sword Dancers

Yorkshire sword dancers and spectators near old Memorial Theatre. Stratford upon Avon. Early 20th century. [These dancers are possibly from the fishing village of Flamborough on the east coast of ...

Tredington. School May Day celebrations

Tredington Church of England school group photograph of children dressed up to celebrate May Day. 1932

Oil Lamp

Oil lamp with a yellow painted metal cylinder that feeds a smaller rod containing a wick. It has a back plate for wall mounting.

Warwick Racecourse

Black and white photograph of a horse race at Warwick Racecourse.

Warwick. St. Mary's church tower

St. Mary's church tower during restoration, Warwick. 1885

Brailes, Lower. Houses

Houses in front of Lower Brailes Church, butcher's shop on the left, child riding a horse on the road and the War Memorial in the background. 1920s [date altered from 1910s to 1920s, as War Memorials ...

Clifton upon Dunsmore. Village street

Road with terrace houses on one side only, possibly known as Avon Street. Women and children standing in front of the houses. Gate leading to field in background. Clifton upon Dunsmore. 1900s [confirmed ...

Great Alne. Railway Station

The railway station at Great Alne. 1950s

Great Alne.

The village of Great Alne. 1950s

The Sheldon Tapestry - TEST ONLY

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Medal

This silver medal was issued by James Bisset, and was made between 1820 and 1825. The reverse of the medal gives the distances of bathing places, including Leamington, from London. In the 1820s regular ...

Brailes. Banbury Road near Hook Norton turning

A leafy country lane with a man* and his dog, Brailes. 1914 [ * believed to be John Bryan, identified by his grandson 2021]

Alcester. Henley Street

Cottages in Henley Street, Alcester. The tall chimney on left hand house is No.44. All these buildings, slightly altered, still remain. ["Across Meeting Lane is the hardware shop" - this has been disputed ...

Shipston on Stour. St Edmund's church

St Edmund's Church interior, Shipston on Stour. 1920s Designed around the 15th century tower in 1855 by George Edward Street. He was a prolific architect, also designing the Law Courts in London, ...

Rugby. Railway Terrace

The Regal Cinema in Railway Terrace, Rugby. 1930-40s

Rugby. Miss Evelyn Dewar B.A.

This photograph requires further research to confirm the identity. Formerly it was captioned on here as Miss Ethel Dewar. It is now thought that this is a typographic error and that it should be Miss ...