Your pictures and memories from Norwich over the years shared in Facebook group Norwich Remembers
This is yours truly in the early 70s at Bonds All Saints Green. The picture was used by Bond's to encourage school leavers to join the company. Photo: Alan Pipe
A selection of pictures posted in the Facebook group Norwich Remembers
In 1976, one of the longest slides in Norwich, in the little park near Heathgate. Photo: June Melvin
The Evening News Norwich Remembers Facebook page continues to go from strength to strength. Today we feature some of the memories and photos of those among the 1,600 plus members who have posted in the group so far.
This page aims to bring people together to share their memories from this fine city and its people. So far we have taken a look back at old streets, shops, factories, seasons, gigs and events. More recently, our page has helped a woman from Norfolk who was put in care as a child find her remaining family thanks to the good people of Norwich and social media.
If you would like to share your photos of Norwich or simply enjoy those posted by others then head on over to Facebook and join our group, or simply click here. We are always looking for more people to join in our growing community.
Photograph taken circa 1900, by my Great Grandfather Richard James Paul who was in business down Bridewell Alley as a pork butcher. Picture taken from the top of Prince of Wales Rd. Photo: John Paul Colman Road School from mid 1950s. Me and a classmate on Sports Day presenting a bouquet to the Lady Mayoress, Mrs South. Photo: Lynn Preston Pulls Ferry Norwich. It was here stones were dragged ashore in the building of Norwich Cathedral, which was built in 1096. Photo: Ian Richardson Workers at Steward & Patteson's Brewery. Photo: Jean Goff These all look to smart for a days fishing, taken outside the Waterworks pub. Photo: Ivor Cornwell Folkard Coach Builders, Based on the corner of City Rd/Queens Rd. Photo: Craig Leggett An old photo of Drayton Road, Norwich. Photo: Shelley Edwards This is yours truly in the early 70s at Bonds All Saints Green. The picture was used by Bond's to encourage school leavers to join the company. Photo: Alan Pipe