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History message in a bottle

A collection of old glass and stoneware bottles discovered during excavations at Norton Bridge have gone on display. The late 19th and early 20th Century bottles were found as part of works to create a flyover on the railway line at Norton Bridge, and are on display at Stafford’s Ancient High House. The collection has been added to the Marson ...

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Art exhibition: Magic in the Shadows

Stone artist Hilary Jefferies Brandsom is currently exhibiting her work at Stafford Ancient High House. Hilary specialises in mixed media, with an illustrative, contemporary style. The exhibition is at the Ancient High House until 30th November. Some of the images in the exhibition have the theme of trees, landscapes and wildlife. If you’re in Stafford this month, why not have ...

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Murder features in new exhibition

An infamous 19th century murder that has been marked in the town with a wooden sculpture features in a fascinating new exhibition called ‘Keeping the King’s Peace’, writes Stone Historical Society chairman Philip Leason. The free exhibition has opened in the Ancient High House at Stafford and runs until 14th July. It was arranged by the new High Sheriff of Staffordshire, ...

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