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Norwich in the 1970s

Ten Years in the Life of a City

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For some the 1970s meant punk rock and political unrest. For others it was a time of ABBA and affluence. The decade’s dual identity was as striking in Norwich as it was nationally. While once-familiar streets were demolished, new buildings sprang up. Different brand names appeared in the city centre and with them came a new era of shopping and eating out. For those who remember the steakhouses and nightclubs, the football and the fashions of the 1970s, this book is a fascinating flashback to a different Norwich.

Following his incredibly popular Norwich in the 1950s and Norwich in the 1960s, Pete Goodrum’s look at the 1970s shines a light on another decade in the city’s history.

From the ‘old’ Odeon to the Garlands fire, from Bonds to the ‘Berni’, this is how we lived in Norwich in the 1970s.

Book ISBN 9781445645636

Book Format Paperback

pages 96 pages

Publication Date 15 Nov 2015

Height 235

Width 165

Illustrations 100

Regular Price: £14.99

Special Price: £13.49

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