Browse our selection of vintage and retro black and white photographs of Diss, along with a selection of historic maps, local history books, and fascinating memories that our visitors have contributed. Most of our photos and maps are available to buy in a wide range of product formats, including framed prints, canvas prints and personalised photo gifts including tea towels, mugs, jigsaws, tableware, cushion covers and as customised calendars.
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I was born on the Ling,moved to Palgrave,returned to the Ling on leaving Diss Secondary Modern School as it was then.First job was as an apprentice baker at Denny's cafe/restaurant,who remember Denny's?.as a teenager it was the Rendevous coffee bar the local meeting point on Victoria Road.Now living in Nottinghamshire.
I lived in Diss in the 50's at 14A Sunnyside Street. My parents were the Salvation Army officers. The house we lived in was behind the Salvation Army hall. I remember buying a pomegranate, from the market on the way to school and eating it with a pin. There was a boy who lived in a house overlooking the Mere that went to my (...Read full memory)