Also, where was a new youth club plus a two-hour Zumbathon and fundraiser for a military charity? All’s revealed during our latest step back in time.
A primary school raised a bumper £1,600 at its carnival which was held the day after England’s mighty clash with Brazil in 2002 .
Step back in time to 2013 when a cluster of primary schools, helped by businesses, made the launch inspired by Red Nose Day and Children in Need.
In this week’s nostalgia photos part two, an art group prepares for an exhibition, an indie rock band performs while youngsters hit the dance floor.
The school had entered a national Dulux competition saying how it would use £100 worth of Weather Shield paint and became one of the winners.
The show went on despite a member being admitted to hospital with double pneumonia just weeks before the staging of Singin’ in The Rain.
Pupils took part in a new initiative after teachers decided to make the most of the last weeks of the summer term by bringing work forward.
Also between June 2002 and 2013: a racing driver cuts the ribbon to open store, employees go the extra mile for charity and a landmark is demolished.
When taking the time machine back to 1981, road routes and improvements figure heavily while a big employer faced the possibility of a shock shutdown.
The new village school staff and visitor car park meant there was more parking space outside for parents picking up and dropping off their children.
Continuing our photo nostalgia which spotlights moments from 2000 to 2003, football, gymnastics, sports awards and a school team all feature.
A cue pro beat a legend in an exhibition match while other sports featured are netball, cricket, football and a Lynn News table tennis challenge.
A ‘Friends of’ organisation gave the £8,000 sum towards a new day centre. Plus: which TV stars were in town and which Linnets legend left the club?
A member of a well-known bygone firm in town visited this first and nursery school to deliver much-needed vouchers to put towards new equipment.
All Our Yesterdays: May village views, part two, contains photos of many primary schools dating from 2002 to 2012. Was your child in the picture?
Lynn News schools football finalists, an inflatable killer whale and a jungle jamboree also feature in All Our Yesterdays photo spread part one.
In 2007 there was a concerto for a popular royal family member and student nurses were worried about their future training in our nostalgia round-up.
The media personality attended a town’s literature day and joined two hundred pupils in this week’s Lynn News Schools Memory Lane from 2000.
Nostalgia photos part two from May 2000, 2003 and 2012 feature a craft fair, losing locks for charity and RAF personnel soaring in a canoe marathon.
Also, who was threatening to strike over a pay row and drug addicts’ needles, and who was accused of verbal abuse at after-school sports?