From our archives: Pictures that show Diss’ unique character

Diss Corn Hall was 100 years old when our photo was taken in April 1954.

Diss Corn Hall was 100 years old when our photo was taken in April 1954.

The archive spotlight falls this week on one of our delightful market towns: Diss. The town's official guide for 1958 remarked: 'Diss has to be sought after – like many other good things. Though a busy market town, it has a wholesome charm all its own which has wooed and won many a casual stranger.'

• If you recognise anyone in the pictures or would like to tell us more about them you can email rosemary.dixon@archant.co.uk

• To get a copy of one of our old photographs, visit www.edp24.co.uk/buyaphoto or telephone Diane Townsend Mon-Fri on 01603 772449.


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