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The village hall is one of the most important and prized buildings in the local community. Often built, run and maintained by villagers, village halls represent the spirit of a place and form part of a wider network of community buildings dedicated to a wide array of local uses. Here are a few pictures from the EDP’s archive over the years.
Whatever happened to normal, everyday weather?
Standing shoulder to shoulder in silent sorrow – this was the scene in thousands of towns and cities across Britain as the nation marked Holocaust Memorial Day.
If you stand in a good Norfolk wind for a while you don’t want to raise your hands to your face. That’s because you fear you’d discover that all the flesh has been flayed off and the bones of your skull were all that’s left. Not that you’d be able to feel anything with your hands.
Norwich’s railway network in the 1950s and 1960s was a hub of activity.