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From our archives: Thank you for sharing your special memories

PUBLISHED: 10:53 11 October 2015 | UPDATED: 10:53 11 October 2015

Fire services (FOA, August 22). John Wake emailed about the photo of himself and his younger brother Alan sitting in the East Raynham Fire Engine.  He believes the occasion was a vintage car show in which Dick Joice, farmer and TV presenter, was taking part. John still lives locally and Alan lives in south London.

Fire services (FOA, August 22). John Wake emailed about the photo of himself and his younger brother Alan sitting in the East Raynham Fire Engine. He believes the occasion was a vintage car show in which Dick Joice, farmer and TV presenter, was taking part. John still lives locally and Alan lives in south London.

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It is time to review some archive pictures I’ve used over the past two months in the light of readers’ comments and recollections that have been reaching me here at the EDP library. My thanks go, as ever, to all those who contacted me.

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. The photos will be available on the website from Monday afternoon.


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