16 sights you will remember from Norwich in the 1980s
- Credit: Archant Library
It was the time of leg warmers, cassette tapes, and video games, but what can you remember from Norwich in the 1980s?
During the decade the city was battered by a storm and heavy snow fall in 1987, received a visit from the Queen Mother in 1988 and saw Norwich City take to the field in their evocative Asics kit.
Commercial flights from Norwich Airport took off during the 1980s, with the choice for package holidays increasing as countries including Holland, Portugal and Yugoslavia joining the departure board.
The airport even opened a new terminal in 1988.
In 1980, Justin Fashanu smashed home one of the Canaries' most memorable goals against Liverpool, which would go on to be the First Division goal of the season.
While in the world of music, the city received a visit from Kurt Cobain as an early incarnation of Nirvana played Norwich Arts Centre.