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Discover Downham will be hosting a talk in March exploring the history of Downham Market in the 1960's.

The presentation is called 1960s Downham - A Decade of Change and will be led by Anne Rutterford with a series of photographs.

The talk is taking place at the Old Fire Station, Priory Road in Downham on Wednesday March 16 at 7.30pm

Discover Downham Heritage Centre. (40274083)
Discover Downham Heritage Centre. (40274083)

Anne will be showing photographs of Downham Market that her father, Ben Rutterford, took between the early 60s

and mid 70s. This was a decade that saw a lot of changes in Downham Market, such as demolition of the workhouse,

the road widening in Church Road and of course the Downham Wall.

Ben was a well-known social worker in the Downham Market area for many years.

As a keen amateur photographer he recorded many of the changes that took place.

Many of the shots include faces from the past so the audience may well recognise some people.

Everyone is welcome and there will be a question and answer session at the end of the evening before tea and coffee is served and there will also be a raffle in aid of the centre.

Tickets cost £3 for members and £4 for non-members.

For further information visit the website here



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