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 Pub sign showing Louis Marchesi the man who began the Round Table movement and used to live in Wellesley Avenue South.
The Sign hung until recently on the eponymous pub now called Take 5 on Tombland


The Clarence Harbour Pub that has recently disappeared to make way for housing.

The Thorpe Hamlet Quilt held up by Helen Bloomfield and Jack Wilton featuring aspects of Thorpe Hamlet produced by local residents in 1975. Steve Bloomfield

camp_rd.jpg (43810 bytes) The old Camp Road looking from St Leonards Rd down towards Ketts Hill in 1967 before the new flats were built.
G Keith

The Ship Pub site at the top of Gas Hill in 1974 just before demolition.  S Keith

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St Leonards St Leonards 'Chapel of Ease' on Ketts Hill
(built 1907, photo taken just before it was demolished in 1981)
Steve Bloomfield

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QTVR 'movie'  (190Kb) of Mousehold Heath, taken at the end of 1996 by Philip Marriage. You will need Quick Time Movie Player to view this 360
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     Philip Marriage
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Picture by Jack Wilton
'St Leonards Priory' from the back taken in 1977 before its' demolition.

Jack Wilton

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'St Leonards Priory' from the front taken in 1977 before its' demolition.
 
Jack Wilton

Jack Wilton Ship 1977
The Ship Pub at the top of Gas Hill in 1977  showing the skittle alley on the right hand side much loved by servicemen during the war and the last skittle alley in Norwich.   
Jack Wilton

Thorpe Hamlet Residents Association float in the Lord Mayors procession about 1978/9
Steve Bloomfield

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This page last updated - November, 2011