Thanks to Flickr User Vintage Ladies, we can bring you these great photographs of boys and girls have fun on the Norfolk Coast in the 1950s. The photographer’s son, who found the pictures on a roll on negatives, tells us his father and two friends from Barclays Bank (they all played for the bank’s hockey club) went camping and met the girls there, one of whom was from the famous Coleman mustard family.
As ever, if you’re in these photographs, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.
Let’s enjoy: Boys And Girls Having 1950s Fun On The Norfolk Coast:
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