Pictures from the past 150 years of North Walsham history will soon go on show around the town. 

The North Walsham and District Community Archive is hosting its annual exhibition at the St Nicholas Room, St Benet Hall, St Nicholas' Church and the heritage centre.

Wayne Beauchamp, from the archive, said: “Every year we display a general selection from the extensive North Walsham archive collection - we show off new acquisitions from the past year which are new to the collection and we create a themed section.

“This year, as we're are based around North Walsham's most historic building, we have chosen to explore the history of the local churches and places of worship as our theme.”

The exhibition will also include Barry Holden's ‘Then and Now’ collection, Mary Seward's research into the local public houses and Richard Crossley's model of The Oaks grand house and outbuildings and his model of Ship Yard. 

The exhibition runs August 10-12 from 10am-4pm. Entry is free, visit to find out more.