Christmas memories from 1990: Carols on Woodbridge’s Market Hill
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The annual open air carol concert is being held in Woodbridge tomorrow night - but can you spot yourself among the crowd in these pictures from the event in 1990?
What could say Christmas better than getting wrapped up to enjoy an open air carol concert?
It is a tradition that has spanned Woodbridge’s history for the past 65 years, attracting crowds of people young and old to the town’s Market Hill.
The event also provides a chance for youngsters to meet with Father Christmas, who attends each year to spread some festive joy on the night.
These pictures taken at the event in 1990 show the crowds of people who turned out to enjoy the festivities.
The Rotary Club of Woodbridge will present its 66th annual Christmas carol service on Market Hill from 6.30pm until 9pm tomorrow night.
Everyone is welcome and, as always, Father Christmas will make a special guest appearance to hand out some early festive treats for the younger guests.
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The event is free to attend, with donations to be collected for Macmillan Cancer Support.