March history group produces book of photographs, postcards and memories documenting town throughout the years

13:33 11 April 2014

History Book. Memories of March.

History Book. Memories of March.

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A Fenland history group has produced a book of more than 100 old photographs and postcards which capture March throughout the years.

History Book. Memories of March.History Book. Memories of March.

To go along with the images, members of The March, Cambs History group, which has more than 3,000 Facebook members, have added their memories of the town.

The book costs £10 (including posting and packaging) and is available from the Acre Attic on Acre Road, which is open Tuesday to Saturday from 9am-4pm.

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  • The book is £10 (excluding post and packaging) including as written above, thank you.

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    Sue E

    Friday, April 11, 2014

  • Please disregard above comment, book is £10 and if it needs to be sent to anyone + postage and packing, thank you, (p&p not included in price as stated in above article)

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    Sue E

    Friday, April 11, 2014

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