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The 1970s through a lens

Rachel Adler in 1973 or 4 in Beamish

Rachel Adler in knitted dungarees, courtesy of her mum, in 1973 or 1974, at the steam engine museum in Beamish, Co Durham. "Wasn't 70s fashion wonderful?" says Rachel.

Wedding of Theodora Simons

This wedding at Birmingham University in 1971 took place to the music of Pink Floyd. The bride, Theodora Simons, says her daughter now uses the photo as a style reference.

Trafalgar Square, 1970 or 1971

Trafalgar Square, 1970 or 1971. "My dad had not been long out of the Vietnam War," says Xenia Koppen, from Hove.

Silver Jubilee street party, Fleet

Silver Jubilee street party, Fleet, 1977. Dee Smith introduces her daughters Mandy, seven, and Lucy, two, to a visiting Womble.

East Street, Chichester, late 1970s

East Street, Chichester, late 1970s. It was pedestrianised around this time, recalls Dominic Eade, and the cathedral is visible. His father Tim was the photographer.

Auchenlarie caravan park Scotland in 1978

Auchenlarie caravan park in Galloway in 1978. David Brown says he and his friends now live in different countries and still remember that holiday fondly.

The Hinton family in Bromley, 1976

The Hintons, Bromley, Kent, 1976. "The appalling manner in which my grandfather took photographs at least allows you to see the 'tasteful' wallpaper," says Michael (front right).

Jo Anne Campbell's mother and friends, 1970

Chez Suzette in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, 1970. Jo Anne Campbell, from Sydney, says her mother (far right) was just 18. The women met up last week after 35 years.

The Roxy, London

The Roxy nightclub, Covent Garden, 1970s. Simon Holland and his friends are making a student film about punk. He says he saw The Damned, The Cortinas and Johnny Moped there.

A church in Uxbridge, 1972

Weddings were a chance to show off some smart suits. This is uncle Dave's wedding in west London, 1972, says David Dauris.

Silver Jubilee street party, Totnes, Devon

Silver Jubilee street party in Brooklands, Totnes, Devon, 1977. "We had a knobbly knees contest that I'm pleased to say I didn't win," says Paul Dean, who was 12 at the time.






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