Personal memories of a time gone by shared on Facebook group Norwich Remembers

The Jarrolds maintenance team taken in 1951. Frank Dunn, father of Michael Dunn who supplied this ph

The Jarrolds maintenance team taken in 1951. Frank Dunn, father of Michael Dunn who supplied this photography, is in back row extreme right. Photo: Michael Dunn - Credit: Courtesy of Michael Dunn

Wonderful memories of Norwich continue to flood into our new dedicated page on Facebook. The page, Norwich Remembers, now has over 3,800 members and is being used on a daily basis as a place to share old memories, post family pictures and ask questions about our fine city.

The International Stores on the Walk in the late 60s/early 70s. Photo: Andy Muir

The International Stores on the Walk in the late 60s/early 70s. Photo: Andy Muir - Credit: Andy Muir

From old photographs of streets, public places and shops to pictures of the Jarrold maintenance team and Norwich City Football Club, here are some of the most recent photos that have been shared to our Facebook group.

Keep an eye out every Tuesday in the Evening News for the Norwich Through the Decades 12-page supplement which takes a look back at a variety of old photos.

Make sure you join our new Facebook group, Norwich Remembers, for a nostalgic look at Norwich over the decades. You can share your own photos and memories or simply browse through those shared by other people.

Grapes Hill where Judith Lunn, who supplied this photograph, lived until they made way for the dual

Grapes Hill where Judith Lunn, who supplied this photograph, lived until they made way for the dual carriage way. Photo: Judith Lunn - Credit: Judith Lunn


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The Jarrolds maintenance team taken in 1951. Frank Dunn, father of Michael Dunn who supplied this ph

The Jarrolds maintenance team taken in 1951. Frank Dunn, father of Michael Dunn who supplied this photography, is in back row extreme right. Photo: Michael Dunn - Credit: Courtesy of Michael Dunn

Michael Dunn's two brothers, sister and cousin in the back garden in Botolph Street, 1951. Photo: Mi

Michael Dunn's two brothers, sister and cousin in the back garden in Botolph Street, 1951. Photo: Michael Dunn - Credit: Courtesy of Michael Dunn

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