Can you spot anyone you know? Old pictures show Fakenham’s youth in the 70s and 80s

Fakenham brownies on top of the church tower Photo: 9th may 1984 Archant Library

Fakenham brownies on top of the church tower Photo: 9th may 1984 Archant Library

These black and white images offer a glimpse into life as a young person in Fakenham in previous decades.

Fakenham town football club dug out crew, the ghosts lost 3-2 against kikley Photo: taken 4th februa

Fakenham town football club dug out crew, the ghosts lost 3-2 against kikley Photo: taken 4th february 1984 Archant Library

The pictures, taken during the 1970s and 80s, show young people who were part of the local football teams, the Brownies and at school, as well enjoying a host of other activities.

Spot anyone you know or have any old photos you would like to share? Post in the Enjoy Fakenham More Facebook group or contact our reporter Daniel Bennett by emailing daniel.bennett@archant.co.uk

Fakenham School French visit 6th formers. Photo taken may 1989 Archant Library

Fakenham School French visit 6th formers. Photo taken may 1989 Archant Library

Fakenham newsboys football team Photo: 3rd oct 1983 Archant Library

Fakenham newsboys football team Photo: 3rd oct 1983 Archant Library

Fakenham scout hall playgroup open day Photo: 9th july 1977 Archant Library

Fakenham scout hall playgroup open day Photo: 9th july 1977 Archant Library

Guide dogs at Fakenham infants school Photo: 16th oct 1979 Archant Library

Guide dogs at Fakenham infants school Photo: 16th oct 1979 Archant Library

Fakenham Light Operatic Society - Jack and the Beanstalk panto Photo: 26th nov 1979 Archant Library

Fakenham Light Operatic Society - Jack and the Beanstalk panto Photo: 26th nov 1979 Archant Library

New ball for fakenham town fotball club Photo: 24th Jan 1981 Archant Library

New ball for fakenham town fotball club Photo: 24th Jan 1981 Archant Library

Yoga for Fakenham youngsters Photo: 6th nov 1982 Archant Library

Yoga for Fakenham youngsters Photo: 6th nov 1982 Archant Library


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