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All Our Yesterdays nostalgia photo spread: May memories

2003: Lynn’s True’s Yard fishing museum celebrated the latest phase of its development with the unveiling of a new eye-catching sign.

Sir Jeremy Bagge, High Sheriff of Norfolk, is pictured uncovering the sign and among those present was turkey magnate Mr Bernard Matthews, whose company had donated an undisclosed sum of money to the museum. Photo: MLNF-0305414

2003: Lynn’s True’s Yard fishing museum celebrated the latest phase of its development with the unveiling of a new eye-catching sign. Sir Jeremy Bagge, High Sheriff of Norfolk, is pictured uncovering the sign and among those present was turkey magnate Mr Bernard Matthews, whose company had donated an undisclosed sum of money to the museum. Photo: MLNF-0305414
2003: Lynn’s True’s Yard fishing museum celebrated the latest phase of its development with the unveiling of a new eye-catching sign. Sir Jeremy Bagge, High Sheriff of Norfolk, is pictured uncovering the sign and among those present was turkey magnate Mr Bernard Matthews, whose company had donated an undisclosed sum of money to the museum. Photo: MLNF-0305414

2003: The Linnets made another big pre-season signing when the Lynn News agreed to sponsor them for two more years.

Pictured at the back are, from left, deputy sports editor Greg Plummer, sports editor Peter Woodhouse, editor Malcolm Powell and Linnets management committee member Colin Dawson; front, Linnets director of football Kevin Boon, Lynn News advertisement manager Alan Taylor, Linnets chairman Colin Nichols, Lynn News publishing director David Dixon, newspaper sales and promotions manager Ron Kendal.

Photo: MLNF-03051235

2003: The Linnets made another big pre-season signing when the Lynn News agreed to sponsor them for two more years. Pictured at the back are, from left, deputy sports editor Greg Plummer, sports editor Peter Woodhouse, editor Malcolm Powell and Linnets management committee member Colin Dawson; front, Linnets director of football Kevin Boon, Lynn News advertisement manager Alan Taylor, Linnets chairman Colin Nichols, Lynn News publishing director David Dixon, newspaper sales and promotions manager Ron Kendal. Photo: MLNF-03051235
2003: The Linnets made another big pre-season signing when the Lynn News agreed to sponsor them for two more years. Pictured at the back are, from left, deputy sports editor Greg Plummer, sports editor Peter Woodhouse, editor Malcolm Powell and Linnets management committee member Colin Dawson; front, Linnets director of football Kevin Boon, Lynn News advertisement manager Alan Taylor, Linnets chairman Colin Nichols, Lynn News publishing director David Dixon, newspaper sales and promotions manager Ron Kendal. Photo: MLNF-03051235

2003: A busy bank holiday weekend of activities marked the return to use of Swaffham Methodist Church after its three-month closure for a £36,000 improvement scheme.

In this picture, Win Palin (left) gives a spinning demonstration to Dorothy Ellis (centre) and Margaret Thorp during the talents and hobbies exhibition.

Photo: MLNF-03051428

2003: A busy bank holiday weekend of activities marked the return to use of Swaffham Methodist Church after its three-month closure for a £36,000 improvement scheme. In this picture, Win Palin (left) gives a spinning demonstration to Dorothy Ellis (centre) and Margaret Thorp during the talents and hobbies exhibition. Photo: MLNF-03051428
2003: A busy bank holiday weekend of activities marked the return to use of Swaffham Methodist Church after its three-month closure for a £36,000 improvement scheme. In this picture, Win Palin (left) gives a spinning demonstration to Dorothy Ellis (centre) and Margaret Thorp during the talents and hobbies exhibition. Photo: MLNF-03051428

2012: Seven-month-old Thomas Fenn continued a family tradition when he was christened at the ancient Bawsey ruins. When the Rev Jane Holmes poured water over his head, he was the fifth generation of his family to become part of the Bawsey heritage.

The Rev Holmes is pictured with Thomas and Jodie McGlasson and James Fenn.

Photo: MLNF-12AF05346

2012: Seven-month-old Thomas Fenn continued a family tradition when he was christened at the ancient Bawsey ruins. When the Rev Jane Holmes poured water over his head, he was the fifth generation of his family to become part of the Bawsey heritage. The Rev Holmes is pictured with Thomas and Jodie McGlasson and James Fenn. Photo: MLNF-12AF05346
2012: Seven-month-old Thomas Fenn continued a family tradition when he was christened at the ancient Bawsey ruins. When the Rev Jane Holmes poured water over his head, he was the fifth generation of his family to become part of the Bawsey heritage. The Rev Holmes is pictured with Thomas and Jodie McGlasson and James Fenn. Photo: MLNF-12AF05346

2012: West Norfolk’s opposition to the hated incinerator plan came to the fore when the BBC programme Question Time was filmed live from Lynn Corn Exchange.

On the panel were, from left, comedian Griff Rhys Jones, Green Party leader Caroline Lucas, universities minister David Willetts, the presenter David Dimbleby, former deputy prime minister John Prescott and Times columnist Minette Marin.

Photo: MLNF-12AM05344

2012: West Norfolk’s opposition to the hated incinerator plan came to the fore when the BBC programme Question Time was filmed live from Lynn Corn Exchange. On the panel were, from left, comedian Griff Rhys Jones, Green Party leader Caroline Lucas, universities minister David Willetts, the presenter David Dimbleby, former deputy prime minister John Prescott and Times columnist Minette Marin. Photo: MLNF-12AM05344
2012: West Norfolk’s opposition to the hated incinerator plan came to the fore when the BBC programme Question Time was filmed live from Lynn Corn Exchange. On the panel were, from left, comedian Griff Rhys Jones, Green Party leader Caroline Lucas, universities minister David Willetts, the presenter David Dimbleby, former deputy prime minister John Prescott and Times columnist Minette Marin. Photo: MLNF-12AM05344

2012: Months of hard work paid dividends for these young pupils of Alison’s Street Dance Club in Lynn, qualifying for the Team England 2012 final.

Front from left, Talisha Cooper, Conor McLatchie-Brown, Ella Harvey; back, Dolice Simmons, Simmons, Emily Davis, Tegan McLatchie-Brown and Poppy Gill.

Photo: MLNF-12PT05302

2012: Months of hard work paid dividends for these young pupils of Alison’s Street Dance Club in Lynn, qualifying for the Team England 2012 final. Front from left, Talisha Cooper, Conor McLatchie-Brown, Ella Harvey; back, Dolice Simmons, Simmons, Emily Davis, Tegan McLatchie-Brown and Poppy Gill. Photo: MLNF-12PT05302
2012: Months of hard work paid dividends for these young pupils of Alison’s Street Dance Club in Lynn, qualifying for the Team England 2012 final. Front from left, Talisha Cooper, Conor McLatchie-Brown, Ella Harvey; back, Dolice Simmons, Simmons, Emily Davis, Tegan McLatchie-Brown and Poppy Gill. Photo: MLNF-12PT05302

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