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Are you in these pictures from Murrayside Pop Festival in 1979?

PUBLISHED: 07:00 20 October 2017

The Murrayside Pop Festival in 1979

The Murrayside Pop Festival in 1979

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In 1979, the community of Nacton came together to enjoy the Murrayside Pop Festival at the youth club.

Ready to rock at the Pop FestReady to rock at the Pop Fest

These pictures captured on the day show crowds of people enjoying the event as numerous bands performed at the community centre on Nacton Road.

Many bands performed at the Pop Festival in 1979Many bands performed at the Pop Festival in 1979

The venue is now Murrayside Learning Centre, run by Realise Futures, and offers a number of learning and development courses to adults.

Groups gather at the eventGroups gather at the event

The courses available are in five areas - maths and English, computers and technology, skills for work, health and well-being, and family learning.

Can you spot yourself or anyone you know in this photo?Can you spot yourself or anyone you know in this photo?

Can you spot yourself or someone you know in the pictures we have found in our archive?

Do you know these three youngsters?Do you know these three youngsters?

Do you remember attending the Pop Festival at the Murrayside Youth Club 30 plus years ago, or do you recognise anybody in these pictures?

Dancing to the musicDancing to the music

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One of the many bands that performed at the youth club festival in 1979One of the many bands that performed at the youth club festival in 1979

Love is in the air at the Murrayside Pop FestivalLove is in the air at the Murrayside Pop Festival

For more nostalgic pictures and memories from the town, like our Ipswich Remembers Facebook page.

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