Beccles in the 70s (Part III)
PUBLISHED: 09:00 17 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:06 17 June 2018
From the archives feature. Pictured: Gorleston Endeavour Rangers at Beccles Fete. Date: 9 Jun 1979. Used FOA April 2012
In the third and final part of an incredible gallery of archive photographs, take a look at the snapshot of what life was like in Beccles during the 1970s.
BECCLES MUSEUM HOUSE OPENING
Take a scroll through the gallery and for the last time relive the era through our photos!
Do you have any shot of the town from the 1970s or another era?
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Flowers near the church and flower baskets hanging on the walls of the Swan House restaurant add colour to an attractive corner of New Market, Beccles.
Dated: August 15th, 1974 Beccles Royal British Legion Fete
Dated: June 9th, 1979 Youngsters take aim at Beccles Hospital Fete on June 25, 1977. Picture: Archant library. Places B / Broads
A view fom the church tower with the river winding across the marshes to Geldeston, the limit of the navigation
Dated 12 September 1978
Photograph C1258 Lovett Places B / Broads
Red-sailed mirror dinghies crossing the starting line in the allcomers race at Beccles regatta yesterday.Warn sunshine and a good racing breeze provided ideal conditions in the reed-fringed river Waveney
Dated 6 August 1979
Photograph C1261 Lovett Places B / Broads
River Waveney at Beccles, a quiet mooring soon to be thronging with holiday craft
Dated May 10, 1979
Photograph C1264 Lee Sheldrake