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Nostalgia: Biking and climbing in 1998

PUBLISHED: 15:18 25 September 2012

Felixstowe Police Officers climb Ben Nevis  1998

Felixstowe Police Officers climb Ben Nevis 1998

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Today we are remembering the year 1998 and hope that these pictures spark some happy memories.

Among today’s photographs from the archives are pupils from St Matthew’s School celebrating Victorian Day, a sponsored bike ride in aid of Suffolk churches and a group of Felixstowe police officers preparing to climb Ben Nevis.

Perhaps it is you in the pictures or maybe you know someone?

Do you remember these events from the Ipswich Star picture archives? Send your memories via e-mail to sharon.clark@archant.co.uk. To buy a copy of one of these photos click on the MyPhotos24 link at the top of the page.

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