Pictures show Fakenham town centre in years gone by
PUBLISHED: 10:36 15 May 2019 | UPDATED: 11:11 15 May 2019
Fakenham high street 1st April 1965. Picture: Archant Library
These archive photos show what the centre of Fakenham used to look like back in the 1960s and 1970s.
Fakenham Market Place. 29 December 1960 Photo: Archant Library
Pictured are several of the town's most notable places including the Market Place, the high street and Fakenham Parish Church, all photographed in black and white.
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A view of the lights in Fakenham market place alight for the Christmas season. In the background is the Church. Shops include John White and H and J Moore. December 1961 Photo Archant Library Views from the Fakenham Church tower. Photo: Archant Library Fakenham memories. Pictured: RC Edmondson Fakenham Ford dealers. Date: Aug 1960. Picture: Archant Library Fakenham - xmas decorations being put up in the town centre - pic taken 3rd dec 1974 a pic to be used in lets talk dec 2015 Crown Hotel Fakenham Nov 1974 Photo: Archant Library This picture was taken in the early 1960s while planners debated the Woolwoths plan. Photo: Archant Library New housing estate in Fakenham 1st March 1963. Picture: Archant library
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