Some of the best memories shared on Norwich Remembers so far

Bishopgate gasworks. Picture submitted by Doris Norch

Bishopgate gasworks. Picture submitted by Doris Norch - Credit: submitted by Doris Norch

Your photos open a window on Norwich's past

Norwich Cattle Market, Harford Bridge on metrication day, in December 1967. Picture submitted by Dav

Norwich Cattle Market, Harford Bridge on metrication day, in December 1967. Picture submitted by David Nobbs. - Credit: David Nobbs

Norwich Remembers is a Facebook group for a community that cares about our city's colourful history and charming past.

Norwich Cattle Market, Harford Bridge on metrication day, in December 1967. Picture submitted by Dav

Norwich Cattle Market, Harford Bridge on metrication day, in December 1967. Picture submitted by David Nobbs. - Credit: David Nobbs

The group – in association with the Norwich Evening News – is for everyone who wants to share and enjoy old photographs of Norwich.

My fathers shop, in St Benedicts Street in the early 1970's. Picture submitted by David Brooker

My fathers shop, in St Benedicts Street in the early 1970's. Picture submitted by David Brooker - Credit: David Brooker

From 1940s shop fronts and old cobbled streets to school photos from the 70s, 80s and 90s – we want to remember them all.

My fathers shop, in St Benedicts Street in the early 1970's. Picture submitted by David Brooker

My fathers shop, in St Benedicts Street in the early 1970's. Picture submitted by David Brooker - Credit: David Brooker

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We're desperate for you to root around and share your UEA graduation pictures, photos taken at the old Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, your snaps from the Norwich Beer Festival way back when and everything in between.

Macfisheries on Gentleman's Walk in the 1960's. Picture submitted by Malcolm Trattles

Macfisheries on Gentleman's Walk in the 1960's. Picture submitted by Malcolm Trattles - Credit: Malcolm Trattles

Do you remember queuing for the Cannon cinema? Did you play at Eaton Park or Castle Meadow as a child? Maybe you were fond of moseying around the old Norwich Market or perhaps you and your family turned out to watch the Lord Mayor's Procession every year. Then come join us!

This is my Dad's cousin, John Mansfield. He taught at the Alderman Jex school and was a spitfire pil

This is my Dad's cousin, John Mansfield. He taught at the Alderman Jex school and was a spitfire pilot during the war. Picture submitted by June Stowers Melvin - Credit: June Stowers Melvin

With almost 900 members signed up already, we've got a community talking, making connections and sharing their memories of days gone by. We look forward to you joining us and share your memories of our fine city!

Here are some of the memories readers have share in the group so far!

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