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Rugeley, Staffordshire
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Rugeley and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Aelfgar Secondary 1963 1966

Can you remember when we beat Hagley Park to win this trophy? Get in touch with any information or if you recognise any one in the photo, thanks. Brian Richings (I am to the right of the trophy holder)

George Masons Employees

My dad informs me that my grandad ran George Mason's in Rugeley for many years. His name was Thomas Parsons and he lived in a large house with my nan, Lillian along the Armitage Road opposite the Brereton park by Thorn. A well known, well respected local gent, he had served in the war but came home after suffering a ...Read full memory

A memory of Rugeley

Rugeley Past

I was born in Rugeley. I first lived in Green Lane near the corner of Hageley Road. The old houses have been demolished, there is town houses now on the site. I then moved to Attlee Crescent it was good in them days as you knew most of the people. My first school was in Church Street, then moved to the boys school in ...Read full memory

A memory of Rugeley by Colin Minshall