From the Archives: An array of award winners through the ages

Trophies. Pictured: Geoffrey Peacock with Percheron trophies won 1963. Pictured: 8 feb 1964. Picture

Trophies. Pictured: Geoffrey Peacock with Percheron trophies won 1963. Pictured: 8 feb 1964. Picture: EDP Library - Credit: Archant

When it comes to winning competitions, there is little to compare with the presentation of a large cup or item of silverware, as our photos of past prize-winners illustrate.

GREAT YARMOUTHFIRE SERVICETRUST PERPETUAL TROPHYNO DATEPLATE P6280FOA Nov 2016

GREAT YARMOUTHFIRE SERVICETRUST PERPETUAL TROPHYNO DATEPLATE P6280FOA Nov 2016

1. Members of the Great Yarmouth Fire Service are pictured with the Trust Perpetual Trophy in front of their pre-1963 fire engine.

SPORTARCHERYThe East Anglian Archery Championships at the Wellesley Recreation Ground, Great Yarmout

SPORTARCHERYThe East Anglian Archery Championships at the Wellesley Recreation Ground, Great YarmouthRonnie Ronalde presents the ladies champion, Mrs FGA Beckett, with her trophy at the first-ever East Anglian Archery Championships on Wellesley Recreation Ground, Yarmouth in August, 1951. Mrs Becketts husband also won the mens championship.Dated 18th August 1951Plate P7941FOA Nov 2016

2. Ronnie Ronalde presents the ladies' champion, Mrs FGA Beckett, with her trophy at the first-ever East Anglian Archery Championships on Wellesley Recreation Ground, Yarmouth in August 1951. Mrs Beckett's husband also won the men's championship.

The AH Patterson Shield was first presented in 1952 by Yarmouth Naturalists Society in memory of the

The AH Patterson Shield was first presented in 1952 by Yarmouth Naturalists Society in memory of the great naturalist, otherwise known as John Knowlittle. It went to the boy or girl in the borough who had kept the best nature notebook. The winner in 1955 was Ann Thorne of Yarmouth High School. P6513FOA Nov 2016

3. The AH Patterson Shield was first presented in 1952 by Yarmouth Naturalists Society in memory of the great naturalist, otherwise known as John Knowlittle. It went to the boy or girl in the borough who had kept the best nature notebook. The winner in 1955 was Ann Thorne of Yarmouth High School.

GREAT YARMOUTHThe Prunier Trophy of the 1958 herring season was won by the St Luke of Lowestoft with

GREAT YARMOUTHThe Prunier Trophy of the 1958 herring season was won by the St Luke of Lowestoft with a haul of 162½ crans. The trophy was accepted by the wife of the skipper Ernest Thompson as he had set off with his boat for Ireland where there was a run of herring. Included in our picture are (extreme left) the deputy mayor of Yarmouth Mrs KM Adlington, Mrs SB Prunier, Mrs Thompson and (extreme right) the mayor of Lowestoft, Mr WHB Sanders. Nov 1958PLATE P6421FOA Nov 2016

4. The Prunier Trophy of the 1958 herring season was won by the St Luke of Lowestoft with a haul of 162½ crans. The trophy was accepted by the wife of the skipper Ernest Thompson as he had set off with his boat for Ireland where there was a run of herring. Included in our picture are (extreme left) the deputy mayor of Yarmouth Mrs KM Adlington, Mrs SB Prunier, Mrs Thompson and (extreme right) the mayor of Lowestoft, Mr WHB Sanders.

SPORTBOWLSEBA Tournament triples , singles and pairs at Great Yarmouth seafront greens next to the B

SPORTBOWLSEBA Tournament triples , singles and pairs at Great Yarmouth seafront greens next to the Britannia PierGreat Yarmouth Corporation CupBowler Harry Reynolds of Nottingham wins the Corporation Singles Championship Trophy at Yarmouth Britannia Greens in August, 1959. Presenting him with the impressive cup are the mayor and mayoress, Mr and Mrs EW Applegate.Dated August 1959PLATE P7997FOA Nov 2016


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5. Bowler Harry Reynolds of Nottingham wins the Corporation Singles Championship Trophy at Yarmouth Britannia Greens in August 1959. Presenting him with the impressive cup are the mayor and mayoress, Mr and Mrs EW Applegate.

Trophies. Pictured: Mr CF Cable Reedham Vikings Tug of War Dumenil Trophy. Date: 12 sep 1962. Pictu

Trophies. Pictured: Mr CF Cable Reedham Vikings Tug of War Dumenil Trophy. Date: 12 sep 1962. Picture: EDP Library - Credit: Archant

6. CF Cable of the Reedham Vikings Tug of War team with the Dumenil Trophy which was to be competed for in September 1962 in the All England Championships. The Reedham team had held the trophy for three consecutive years, 1959-1961. The trophy, dating from 1952, is modelled on a Roman ceremonial shield and the figures illustrate Roman mythology. The silversmith was named George Siegman.

Trophies. Pictured: Mrs Milly Fisk The Bull Road Inn ladies darts trophies. Date: 10 may 1963. Pictu

Trophies. Pictured: Mrs Milly Fisk The Bull Road Inn ladies darts trophies. Date: 10 may 1963. Picture: EDP Library - Credit: Archant

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7. Milly Fisk poses proudly by some of the trophies won by her ladies' darts team at the Bull Road Inn, Reepham Road, Hellesdon, in May 1963. Mrs Fisk formed the Norwich Ladies' Darts League in 1938 and she and her husband Jimmy were also involved in charitable causes over the years.

Trophies. Pictured: Geoffrey Peacock with Percheron trophies won 1963. Pictured: 8 feb 1964. Picture

Trophies. Pictured: Geoffrey Peacock with Percheron trophies won 1963. Pictured: 8 feb 1964. Picture: EDP Library - Credit: Archant

8. Geoffrey Peacock of Lime Tree Farm, Morley, near Wymondham, was pictured in 1964 with the 11 cups and trophies he had won in 1963 for showing his Percheron horses. Mr Peacock was breaking in horses under the guidance of his father before he left school and recalled walking a drove of colts to Haddiscoe marshes, starting at 3am, when he was a boy. He still used the handsome grey Percherons on his farm.

Sport -- Golf Anne Willard with her English Girls Golf Championship trophy in August, 1967. The daug

Sport -- Golf Anne Willard with her English Girls Golf Championship trophy in August, 1967. The daughter of golf professional George Willard, 17-year-old Anne went on to lead the English girls team against the Scottish girls and scored many successes during her career in womens golf.Dated 7 August 1967FOA Nov 2016Negative n0709

9. Anne Willard with her English Girls' Golf Championship trophy in August 1967. The daughter of golf professional George Willard, 17-year-old Anne went on to lead the English girls' team against the Scottish girls and scored many successes during her career in women's golf.

Events - festivalsBattle of Britain Week at Great Yarmouth. The Bachelors presenting Miss Battle O

Events - festivalsBattle of Britain Week at Great Yarmouth. The Bachelors presenting Miss Battle Of Britain trophy at The Marina TheatreDated 1965Neg N641

10. Pauline Thorpe, the winner of the 1965 Battle of Britain Week beauty competition at Yarmouth's Marina Theatre, is presented with her trophy by the popular Irish group The Bachelors, who were appearing at the ABC in September of that year.

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