The Staffordshire Regiment Museum tells the story of the Staffordshire Regiment and all its antecedents from its formation in Lichfield in 1705. The museum collection has over 10,000 items relating the history of this truly exceptional Regiment.
The collection now also includes the archive of the Mercian Regiment. Created in 2007 from an amalgamation of the Cheshire Regiment, The Worcestershire and Sherwood Forester Regiment and the Staffordshire Regiment, the Mercians now truly represent the heart of our great nation.
The Staffordshire Regiment Museum,
Well impromptu bucket list visit. On arrival there was a WW1 event. £5 entry. Lovely welcoming staff all dressed up. Brilliant display and brilliant piece of culture and history. Every... read more man woman and child should visit and see our men and women at war, at play and serving our country. Trench display was ace, guides told you all about it and the displays were out of this world. Anderson shelters, guns, kids interacting with the staff. All in all it was a brilliant visit can't say or impressed we were. Thanks guys n girls. Not forgetting the wrvs canteen ladies for a cuppa.
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