The day England won the World Cup, Christine Adams was getting married – and about to embark on an extraordinary adventure. Neil Haverson reports. The
The Sixties was a decade of global change – and there were some dark forces at work in the summer of 1966, as Peter Sargent
I bought my first car, a 1955 Standard 8 in 1964 from a friend for £135. It was an 803cc model, top
I bought my first car in 1974, a nine-year-old, olive green Austin 1100 with a tan interior, which I was soon happily
How time passes, “Monty” Norman living in Mulbarton. My father, a local roadman, used to be invited to have his dinner, sandwiches,
Last month’s letter about Magdalen Street in the 1950s brought back memories of being taken shopping there as a child. I was
In the Memory Lane section on page 90, you featured, with the Winters, Matt Monro. I would respectfully point out that Matt’s
Several issues back a distant cousin of mine wrote a letter about my grandfather Frederick Thomas Freeman, a ferryman in Norwich around
I have discovered three of my mother’s school reports from West Winch School in west Norfolk for the years 1917 and 1918.
“There is some debate on whether the plural of referendum should be referenda or referendums” (Peter Sargent, Word of the Month, July).
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