There was a new look after the takeaway had recently re-opened with a new owner and new 30-seater restaurant.
The teacher, who had spent her entire career there, was mobbed by pupils and staff who put on a line dancing display to say goodbye in July 2013.
A Shakespeare comedy was brought into the Swinging Sixties for the open-air season at a theatre in 2001 in All Our Yesterdays.
Also, tennis fever hit West Norfolk after a famous Wimbledon success ten years ago in our weekly nostalgia round-up.
Step back to a 2002 festival of sport for children and a new school for the new millennium in the latest All Our Yesterdays.
In our weekly ‘Memory Lane – Schooldays’ feature, we look back at a nursery school trip in 1999.
In our weekly nostalgia spread, we look back at sporting achievements featiring in the pages of the Lynn News over the years.
We look back at what was backing the news in July, 2023.
Continuing the lookback to charity efforts during various Julys from 1999 to 2013, these included a marathon walk of 26 miles.
In our latest Memory Lane Schooldays column, we look back to 2013.
Step back in time to when this well known actor who was also in the Star Wars films visited infant schools to talk to youngsters about road safety.
Primary pupils’ work impressed so much it was one of just five schools in the county to display its work on an education initiative stand in 1999.
The Lynn News reported: “After an hour of their hits the girls briefly left the stage before returning for an encore performance of Ladies’ Night.”
Photo nostalgia 1999-2013 included the end of an era for a study centre, removal of a timber circle and queueing three hours for a box office smash.
Also in the news was a busy route’s £30,000 facelift, a new language development centre and CyberCentre, minibus scheme and a sponsored clip-clop.
Twenty-two youngsters from a number of primary schools were given instruction on basic skills before some fun games in 2002.
Also, Brownies put their best feet forward in a 2006 sponsored walk in part two of our nostalgia photo round-up.
A small group of fundraisers set out from a windmill-themed pub on their 15-mile ride in aid of a playgroup. Plus a ‘blooming good day’ and more.
Vespas and Lambrettas star in this week’s nostalgia round-up, while in 2006 which institution gained a donation of more than £69,000?
Memory Lane Schools covers the annual sponsored event in June of that year which raised funds to be split between Diabetes UK and the school.