Days Gone By: Northgate School, Suffolk College and Sir Bobby Robson feature in today’s Throwback Thursday from 1989

Children from Northgate School take on the hurdles during their athletics day. Picture: OWEN HINES

Children from Northgate School take on the hurdles during their athletics day. Picture: OWEN HINES - Credit: OWEN HINES

Can you spot yourself in these pictures, taken by our photographers in 1989?

Children take to the track during their athletics meet at Northgate School. Picture: OWEN HINES

Children take to the track during their athletics meet at Northgate School. Picture: OWEN HINES - Credit: OWEN HINES

Our Throwback Thursday continues, this week looking back to April 1989.

Standard bearers mark St George's Day at Suffolk College. Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

Standard bearers mark St George's Day at Suffolk College. Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL - Credit: RICHARD SNASDELL

To kick things off we look back to Northgate School when it held an athletics meet, with several track and field events on the agenda under grey skies.

Former Ipswich Town players and club directors reunite in 1989. Picture: IVAN SMITH

Former Ipswich Town players and club directors reunite in 1989. Picture: IVAN SMITH - Credit: IVAN SMITH

In the same month Suffolk College hosted a St George’s Day parade, hosting a variety of youth groups and organisations all taking part in the festivities to celebrate the occasion.

Children taking on a variety of activities during Northgate Sports Centre's commando day. Picture: P

Children taking on a variety of activities during Northgate Sports Centre's commando day. Picture: PAUL NIXON - Credit: PAUL NIXON

Big Ipswich Town names including Sir Bobby Robson, Ted Phillips, Tommy Parker and others got together to reflect on the Tractor Boys’ glory days.

Children playing around at Northgate Sports Centre. PAUL NIXON

Children playing around at Northgate Sports Centre. PAUL NIXON - Credit: PAUL NIXON

Northgate Sports Centre held an activity day for children with a variety of commando training equipment on offer, including rope ladders.

Sir Geoff Hurst at the opening of BAC Windows. Picture: JOHN KERR

Sir Geoff Hurst at the opening of BAC Windows. Picture: JOHN KERR - Credit: JOHN KERR

And finally, Sir Geoff Hurst made an appearance as he officially opened BAC Windows on St Matthews Street.

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