A glimpse at how Norwich Market has changed and evolved since the 1900s
- Credit: Eastern Counties Newspapers
The Evening News has launched a campaign to back Norwich Market, the oldest permanent market in the country.
This week is the second half of the two-part special that takes a look at the face of Norwich Market and how it has changed over the years. Here are a variety of photos ranging from the 1900s to the 1990s. They give an insight of how it has changed and evolved over time.
Included are pictures of various stalls at different points over the decades, from customers doing their Christmas fruit and vegetable shop to those browsing the wide selection of cheeses that the 'Cheeseman' has to offer.
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These archive photos capture just how vibrant the market has been over the years and how many people visit on a daily basis.
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- 2 'I can't carry it' - Shock as plant starts growing eight inches a day
- 3 WATCH: 'Selfish' drug-driver ploughs into police detective's vehicle
- 4 Norfolk man who had sexual relationship with teen jailed
- 5 Two Norfolk businesses star in TV show
- 6 Fly-tipper travelled from Welsh border to dump in Norfolk
- 7 Aldi planning four new stores in Norfolk
- 8 The Range confirms new store at former Outfit on retail park
- 9 Funeral held for much loved windsurfer after body found in Sweden
- 10 Man charged with attempted murder after serious Norwich assault
If you have any pictures or memories of the market please email Geraldine.Scott@archant.co.uk