Beccles in the 1980s
PUBLISHED: 08:01 01 July 2018
Beccles young farmers were pirates for the day on the "Pink Pig" August 1989. Photo: Archant Library
Enjoy Beccles More dives into the archives once again this week to take a look at what life was like in the town during the 1980s.
A gaily-decorated float in the Beccles procession in 1986. Photo: Archant library.
Take a scroll through the gallery and for the last time relive the era through our photos
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The Fleece pub in Beccles, 1989. Photo: Archant Library The last beam is positioned, watched closely by resident engineer Mr. Ian Sutherland (centre background) for the bridge that carries the Beccles bypass across the river. June 1983. Photo: Archant Library A bird's eye view of the work on Beccles by-pass, clearly showing how the route to the north of the town was taking shape, May 1982. Photo: Archant Library Some of the girls on the Norwich Brewery's winning float celebrate at Beccles Carnival, dated 1st August 1981. Photo: Archant Library The 'new' children's play area at Beccles Yacht Station, 1984. Picture: Archant Library Beccles' Save the Children branch held its first Easter bonnet competition in March 1982. Picture: Archant Library St Benets Church at Beccles. September 1986. Photo: Archant Library. Blyburgate at Beccles. March 1981 Photo: Archant Library.