By Celia Bloor (History Society) - 29th August 2012 7:01am
Celia Bloor wrote in on Saturday evening ;-
"This morning I had a display about Audlem Show at the buttermarket (to be repeated on Monday pm).
"I was asked to put this photo which we think is the organisers of the show c. 1930 on the website so that someones elderly mother could be shown it!
"I don't know if your numbering system will be the same as ours? (Editor — yes, we have managed to use the same numbers).
"I also send the suggestions we have received so far — don't know if you allow more than one option!
So please add any more identifications to the photograph by clicking on the "assist" button.
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