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Stafford Rangers Football Club is a semi-professional English football team from Stafford which plays in the Northern Premier League Division One South. The team wear black and white stripes with black shorts. Stafford Rangers' rivals include Tamworth, Hednesford Town, Burton Albion, and Telford United

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Stafford is set in a landscape of contrasts with constantly changing scenery from the Royal hunting forests of Cannock Chase to the breweries of Burton, it is pleasurable to come across the charming town of Stafford, a town that is lively, vibrant with colour and has a matchless variety of interesting buildings and historic places to see and explore Photo of Ancient High House, Stafford, by Johanna Priewasser - Pictures of England Royalty Free Stock Photos

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Leonard St Pottery Burslem Vintage China Tea set tea cup trio & Large Plate blue

Leonard St Pottery Burslem Vintage China Tea set

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Can we really let this building go to waste? Final remains of historic hall face ruin because of £35m restoration price tag

Trentham Gardens, Staffs. The spectacular and vast gardens were once tended by up to 50 gardeners and were recently refurbished and replanted with thousands of plants and flowers to return it to its former glory. It is still maintained by a huge staff and is seen by many visitors especially in spring and summer. The famous Italian Gardens were revived by award-winning designer Tom Stuart-Smith.

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Details about VERY LARGE ORIGINAL SIMEON STAFFORD OIL PAINTING 'St IVES'

VERY LARGE ORIGINAL SIMEON STAFFORD OIL PAINTING St IVES Simeon Stafford was born in Dukinfield (a small northern town in Greater Manchester) in 1956. He moved to Cornwall in 1996. At the of age of 14 he met L.S Lowry who encouraged him to paint. Lowry became a family friend & remains a constant source of inspiration to him. Simeon's work is not 'heavy,' we see no dark overcast days, political content or deep soul searching angst. He says 'we have enough that in the world of news today

Ubiquitous Chip, Ashton Lane. Possibly Glasgow's finest eaterie. Posh food in the courtyard below, cheaper eats on the balcony.

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