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Days Gone By: Ipswich Town stars take part in the Boots photo shoot in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 17:35 09 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:35 09 February 2018

Boots staff with Ipswich Town players Marcus Stewart and Alun Armstrong

Boots staff with Ipswich Town players Marcus Stewart and Alun Armstrong

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Do you remember when Ipswich Town stars Marcus Stewart and Alun Armstrong met with fans in Boots in 2001?

Who was this young fan, who turned out to have his picture taken?Who was this young fan, who turned out to have his picture taken?

Say cheese! In 2001, huge crowds headed to Boots in Tavern Street for the chance to have their photograph taken with ITFC players.

Did you attend the photo shoot in 2001?Did you attend the photo shoot in 2001?

The fans turned out in their masses to meet with Town stars including Marcus Stewart and Alun Armstrong.

The queues spilled out into the Tower Ramparts precinctThe queues spilled out into the Tower Ramparts precinct

It proved a busy day for Tower Ramparts Shopping Centre - now named Sailmakers - with the queues spilling out into the precinct.

Jake from the 'Super Blues Brothers' with Town players Marcus Stewart and Alun ArmstrongJake from the 'Super Blues Brothers' with Town players Marcus Stewart and Alun Armstrong

It cost £5 to have a picture taken with one of the players, with all funds raised being donated to charity.

Can you name the young lady pictured here?Can you name the young lady pictured here?

The event was orgainsed by Boots and Ipswich Town Football Club along with the Ipswich Star and East Anglian Daily Times.

A Blues fan waits to have her picture takenA Blues fan waits to have her picture taken

Did you attend the photo shoot in Boots over 15 years ago?

Two young fans meet one of their football idolsTwo young fans meet one of their football idols

Can you spot yourself or anyone you know in these pictures taken from our archives? To share your own pictures and memories with us, or to reveal the names of someone in the photographs, email our picture desk.

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