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Caption for North Walsham, 1921: In the centre of the town is the 1728 brick-built Old Town Hall, with an open arcaded ground floor. The slate lantern, part of the adjoining clock tower, dates from 1811, and gives the whole structure a jaunty air. The scene is familiar today, although the traffic has changed.

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Memories of North Walsham

The Clock Tower has been the focal point of North Walsham ever since it was built. I'm sure countless people have used it as a meeting place over the years. Latterly it has became synonymous for the younger generations to loaf about on when there has been nothing better to do. During the 70s I was (...Read full memory)

I'm reasonably sure this is the little alleyway that links Market Street to what is now known as St Nicholas Court.

I was a pupil at the Paston Grammar School from 1936-42. It was a wonderful school where boys from all over N.E. Norfolk made many friends so that when they left school and started work in the area, they co-operated in so many ways. Major Percy Pickford D.S.O., M.C. (Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry) was the (...Read full memory)

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