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Biddulph Grange

A view across the lake towards Biddulph Grange. James Bateman spent over twenty years designing the house, a lavish Italianate mansion. It was built in 1868-9, but was largely burnt down in 1896. The ...

Relaxing in the garden of 'Sunnyside', Northwood Lane, Clayton

Frederick Everitt was a chauffeur and amateur photographer who lived at 'Sunnyside' on Northwood Lane Clayton. Here he takes a photograph of Dora Addison (who later became his wife) whilst sewing and ...

Relaxing in the garden of 'Sunnyside', Northwood Lane, Clayton

Frederick Everitt was a chauffeur and amateur photographer who lived at 'Sunnyside' on Northwood Lane Clayton. Dora (who later became Fred's wife) is seen reclining in the hammock whilst Fred relaxes ...

Northwood Lane, Clayton, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Frederick Everitt was a chauffeur and amateur photographer. He lived at 'Sunnyside' which is the house shown on this photograph (the semi-detached house on the left). Dora Addison (who later became ...

Northwood Lane, Clayton, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Frederick Everitt was a chauffeur and amateur photographer. He lived at 'Sunnyside' which is the house shown on this photograph (the semi-detached house on the left).

Clayton Tennis Team, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This image was probably taken in Clayton, close to Redgate recreation ground where the team met to play tennis. The owner of the camera, Fred Everitt is standing third from the left.

Clayton Tennis Team, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This image appears to be taken at Redgate recreation ground in Clayton. The owner of the camera, Fred Everitt, appears as one of the tennis players - he is standing second from the right.

Clayton Cricket Team, Newcastle-under-Lyme

We don't have records of where the cricket team me but there were recreation grounds on the area known as Redgate, near Northwood Lane. Fred Everitt (who owned the camera that took this photograph) can ...

Clayton Hall Lodge House, Newcatle-under-Lyme

This small lodge formed the gate house to the Clayton Hall from Clayton road.

Biddulph Old Hall

These are the remains of a mansion constructed in the 1580s for Francis Biddulph. It was a Royalist stronghold during the English Civil war and came under siege by the Parliamentarians in 1643 when the ...

Tittensor Lodge, Trentham

'The Mounument Lodges' or 'Pickford Lodges' form an entrance to Trentham Gardens. They lie to the north of the Sutherland monument and were built in about 1775. They are believed to be by Joseph Pickford ...

St Mary's Church, Swynnerton

A view of St Mary's Church taken from Swynnerton road. In front of the church is a fenced off area. A war memorial was erected in this area not long after this photograph was taken.

Clayton Hall, Newcastle-under-Lyme

There has been a hall at Clayton for hundreds of years. This shows what is thought to be the third hall built on or nearby the original site; whilst the hall is still in private ownership. It was used ...

A fete held at Clayton Hall, Newcastle-under-Lyme

There has been a hall at Clayton for hundreds of years. This shows what is thought to be the third hall built on or nearby the original site. From the fashion worn by the ladies we know that this ...

Tunstall Park Lake

Tunstall Park also known as Victoria Park, was opened in 1908. At the north-west corner of the lake is a boathouse built in 1904.

Queen's Theatre, Burslem

Originally the building was named Queen's Hall, the town hall for Burslem. By the time the building was completed in 1911 the six towns of Stoke-on-Trent had amalgamated and had become a city. As Stoke ...

Maypole dancing, Clayton, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Maypole dancing on traditionally happened on May Day each year. This photograph was taken at 'Redgate' which is the field next to Clayton Green.

Children in Redgate Playground, Clayton Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photograph would place the playground not far from Clayton Green