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Kessingland Sports and Social Centre

PUBLISHED: 11:31 03 April 2009 | UPDATED: 08:43 06 July 2010

March 28 saw the pictorial display of life and events in days gone by. Photos supplied by villagers, Roy and Gerald of The Bethel, Maureen of the Kessingland Times and the scenic prints shown by Bo prompted great memories and generated a good, chatty four hours pleasure.

March 28 saw the pictorial display of life and events in days gone by. Photos supplied by villagers, Roy and Gerald of The Bethel, Maureen of the Kessingland Times and the scenic prints shown by Bo prompted great memories and generated a good, chatty four hours pleasure. Suggestions for future events have been recorded, including a repeat of the display, details to follow. The group greatly appreciated the help of the Youth Club who took charge of refreshments, helped by supplies donated by the Londis Store. Maureen is now sifting through the exhibits and some will be published in the next book of Kessingland village.


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