Nostalgic pictures of children's climbing frames from the Broadmarsh Centre surface

Nostalgic pictures of children's climbing frames from the Broadmarsh Centre surface
 

Nostalgic pictures of wooden climbing frames for children that used to be based in the Broadmarsh Centre have surfaced.
The pictures, which were taken in 1973 in the shopping centre, show a wooden caterpillar and a wooden frog, apparatus that used to keep children occupied whilst mums and dads were busy shopping.
The children would climb in through the back end of the wooden insect and fall out through its mouth.
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Photographer Ed Dexter took the image in the 1970s, he said: "There were a few climbing frames in... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 25
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