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Nostalgia and History

The Gothic Tower ‘folly’ seen from the parterre on Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire.  ‘Capability’ Brown oversaw its construction in the 18th Century. Pictures: © National Trust Images/ Andrew Butler/ Sue James

Mr Brown’s magic wand

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The grand estate at Wimpole Hall is marking a significant date in the story of England’s greatest landscape designer, ‘Capability’ Brown. Peter Sargent treads in

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An anti Vietnam War demonstration marching through Tavern Street, Ipswich, in July, 1966.

A time of turbulence

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The Sixties was a decade of global change – and there were some dark forces at work in the summer of 1966, as Peter Sargent

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We all know what Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Her Majesty the Queen were doing on July 30, 1966. What were you doing?

The day England won the World Cup

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We asked our readers what they were doing when England won the World Cup. Some of you were glued to the game – some were

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August 14, 1936. Jesse Owens competes in one of the heats of the 200 metres run at the Olympic Games in Berlin. Picture: PA

It happened then – August

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Historical highlights from the month of August. Compiled by Peter Sargent. 1926 90 years ago Movie sex symbol Rudolph Valentino died. The 31-year-old Italian-American actor,

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ROYAL FAMILY



QUEEN MOTHER AT SANDRINGHAM FLOWER SHOW

CHILDREN WITH FLOWERS



DATED  JULY 1956



PLATE  P1974



FOA July 2015

It happened then – July

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Historical highlights from the month of July. Compiled by Peter Sargent. 1936 80 years ago The Spanish Civil War began. Under General Francisco Franco, Spain’s

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Author of many books on the Somme, Gerald Gliddon in his book-lined work room. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Spirit of the Somme

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One hundred years on, a fascination with one of the iconic battles of the First World War led a Norfolk man to produce the ultimate

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Cycle Speedway 31

Skid kids

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On your marks, get set, GO…and a whole new world opened for thousands of boys across the East of England in the tough years following

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Cliff Michelmore

Pioneer of TV tonight

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Cliff Michelmore, who died in March aged 96, was once the most-watched man on British television, as David Clayton recalls. It’s hard to believe now,

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GREAT YARMOUTH

ST NICHOLAS PARISH CHURCH SERVICE

DATED  JUNE 1956

PLATE  P6188

It happened then – June

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Historical highlights from the month of June. Compiled by Peter Sargent. 1956 60 years ago Britain’s 74-year occupation of the Suez Canal Zone in Egypt

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Arthur Askey and Val Doonican at Wellington Pier Pavilion showtime in Great Yarmouth.
23rd September, 1967

Arthur, ‘Aye thang yew’

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He was a little man with a big heart. David Clayton recalls his meeting with Arthur Askey. On the occasional visits I need to make

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