Blast from the past shows West Norfolk sixth form students supporting those in need on a global scale through vital fundraising efforts.
This was the scene featured in the Lynn News in November, 1991.
A harvest festival bridged the generation gap at Lynn’s Red Cross Hall in October, 1981, when students from Lynn’s Springwood High School...
Class Two at Gooderstone Primary School were having a cracking time learning about the ancient Greeks in October, 1998.
A trip down memory lane as Walpole Highway Primary School children say farewell to their popular cook in October 1981.
Colkirk Primary School pupils had a double reason to celebrate in June, 1986
The pupils won £50 which they planned to use to buy circuits and equipment for their science lessons
Lookback at Lynn Advertiser contemporary reports of those who lost their lives during D-Day
Playgroup children were among the models for a fashion show at the William Burt Centre, West Winch, in May, 1992
Youngsters were involved in an environmental project at Reffley
Feeding lambs and going on a deer safari were highlights of a trip to Park Farm at Snettisham
With gardens everywhere bursting into colour, it is perhaps timely to reflect on the history of the bulb industry in the Marshland area
Work on a science topic was taking Burnham Market Primary School pupils out of the classroom at the time
Television personality Noel Edmonds signs autographs for the crowd at the Lynn May Day Gala in 1982
Massingham ladies darts players, pictured in May, 1982, were hoping to raise more than £500 from a 24-hour darts marathon
An audience of about 100 supported a one-hour instrumental, orchestral and vocal concert by pupils of Smithdon High School
The London Marathon event in April, 1993, held a special interest for pupils from the Howard Infants School
Energetic employees at Lynn pen manufacturer Berol are pictured in April 1989 setting off on a 22-mile charity cycle ride
The clock was turned back at South Wootton Junior School in April, 1989, when pupils had the chance to sample life in Victorian times
Youngsters at Shouldham School took to the stage in April 1977 for two performances of the timeless tale of the Pied Piper of Hamelin