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Days Gone By: Memories from The Garland Pub on a night in 1974

PUBLISHED: 16:23 14 June 2018 | UPDATED: 08:57 15 June 2018

Who were these three, pictured at the pub in  1974? Picture: DAVID KINDRED

Who were these three, pictured at the pub in 1974? Picture: DAVID KINDRED

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These pictures taken at The Garland Pub from 1974 will evoke fond memories for many - of friends and fashions, hairstyles and high jinks.

Do you recognise any of the faces pictured here?  Picture: DAVID KINDREDDo you recognise any of the faces pictured here? Picture: DAVID KINDRED

Situated on Humber Doucy Lane, the pub was a popular choice for many 40 years ago.

Can you name this pair, who stood proudly behind the bar in 1974? Picture: DAVID KINDREDCan you name this pair, who stood proudly behind the bar in 1974? Picture: DAVID KINDRED

Dating back to the 1800s, it was originally located just outside Rushmere village and was previously called The Greyhound before it changed its name to The Garland by 1927.

Were you a regular punter in the 1970s? Picture: DAVID KINDREDWere you a regular punter in the 1970s? Picture: DAVID KINDRED

The Garland sadly now belongs on the list of Ipswich’s lost pubs, after the last pint was poured on the closing night in January 2014 and the building demolished two years later and the site developed for housing.

Can you spot yourself or someone you know in this gallery? Picture: DAVID KINDREDCan you spot yourself or someone you know in this gallery? Picture: DAVID KINDRED

Were you a regular punter at the pub in the 1970s? Can you spot yourself, or someone you know, in these pictures from our archives?

The Garland Pub in 1974 Picture: DAVID KINDREDThe Garland Pub in 1974 Picture: DAVID KINDRED

To reveal the names of someone in the photographs, or to share your memories of The Garland with us, email our picture desk

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