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Caption for Wisbech, The Park Bandstand C1955: Opened on 9 July 1908, the bandstand was built at a cost 'not exceeding £100'. The Corporation, at that time, leased out grazing rights to the park and the then tenant, although not objecting to the bandstand being built, asked for a reduction in rent owing to the loss of pasture - he duly got a rebate of £2 10s.

Memories of Wisbech

I think it was 1949/50, I remember living along the canal side, Trafalgar Row it was called, over the other side from the Hope Inn.  Somehow I think it was further up than Somerfield almost opposite the Empire.  Most of my family used this pub as their social outlet for weekends, remember no TV, bingo or much else then.  I (...Read full memory)

I was 12 years old when this photograph was taken. I lived in a public house, just out of camera shot, called The Castle Inn. The only building left today is the Institute Clock Tower. Looking at this site today, you would see The Freedom Bridge roundabout and the Jobseekers office. In this tiny piece of Wisbech there was a (...Read full memory)

I was born in Wisbech in 1960, my father worked for the family business, Hutson & Sons, my Grandpa also had a pet shop in the old market place, we lived with him for a while Wonder what happened to the lovely panelling in his sitting room, there was a granary at the back of the house, used to be able to go out (...Read full memory)

I was born in Wisbech in 1937 in Ramnoth Road, we moved to Napier Terrace on the canal until after the war when we moved to Wales. I have fond memories of living in Napier Terrace, we lived in the last house, No 37. My father was in ARP when a bomb fell on the cinema. A lasting memory was when I learned to ride a bike, I fell (...Read full memory)

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