Bircham Gallery, Heacham band Kuda at Hunstanton’s Wash and Tope, King’s Lynn Springwood & King Edward VII High Schools, North Lynn Discovery Centre: Lynn News All Our Yesterdays
• Part two of Tuesday, June 13’s All Our Yesterdays nostalgia picture spread:
June 2006: Members of the Wash Art Group prepare for their exhibition in the tea room at Bircham Gallery, where about 30 paintings were on show or for sale.
June 2002: Heacham indie rock band Kuda in concert at Hunstanton’s Wash and Tope.
The quartet of Andrew Wallace, Keith Rix, Dominic Stanton and Mark Miller had just finished recording their first single, Divine Inspiration, at Purple Studios in Norwich.
June 2002: Sophie Steer, a 17-year-old student at Lynn’s King Edward VII High School, was one of 4,000 hopefuls who auditioned for a place at the National Youth Theatre summer course.
It was tough competition with only 180 places on offer, but after auditions at Norwich and London, she got through. She was known to local audiences as a member of the Lynn Young Players.
June 2013: Around 149 primary children from feeder schools to Lynn’s Springwood High School took part in an hour-long concert at St Nicholas Chapel in Lynn.
This was held to showcase the pupils’ talents.
June 2002: Youngsters hit the dance floor at North Lynn Discovery Centre’s launch disco for eight to 12-year-olds.
This went under the name of Toots Nightclub.
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