Remember how Hay Hill used to look?
PUBLISHED: 13:54 14 August 2015 | UPDATED: 13:54 14 August 2015
These photos from the EDP and Evening News archive show how Norwich’s central shopping area has changed over the decades.
Hay Hill and Gentleman's Walk
Demolition on the old Lamberts warehouse on Hay Hill. This was the first step towards Hay Hill's new look with a C&A. Photograph 1969. Photo: EDP Archive
Hay Hill in 1991. Photo: EDP Archive
People relaxing in the sunshine on Hay Hill in August 1991. Photo: EDP Archive
Hay Hill pictured from the top of St Peter Mancroft Church in August 1978. Photo: EDP Archive
The C&A in 1972. Photo: EDP Archive
The Hay Hill cascade attracted visitors on the day it started working. This photo was taken on August 5 1972 . Photo: EDP Archive
Gentleman's Walk in December 1973. Photo: EDP Archive
Gentleman's Walk in January 1987. Photo: EDP Archive
Christmas shoppers on Gentleman's Walk in 1982. Photo: EDP Archive
The Littlewoods in 1986. Photo: EDP Archive
Gentleman's Walk in July 1976. Photo: EDP Archive
Our black and white photos of Hay Hill and Gentleman’s Walk hark back to the days of C&A and water fountains in the square.
What are your memories of the area? You can leave your comments below.