Search is on for owner of cherished pictures
Precious pictures of a couple’s wedding day have been discovered in a photo album bought at a Diss charity shop.
Sarah Davies thinks she purchased the red book at the Mind shop in Mere Street in 2017, while undertaking some volunteering at the store.
The pictures laid undetected for four years until Sarah, who is originally from Eye, discovered them last month, when she went to use the album for the first time.
The former Hartismere School pupil would love to reunite the pictures with the happy couple, or their family.
She said: “I was so shocked to find this large number of wedding pictures inside.
“The details on the back of the photos are, unfortunately, unreadable, so I just hope the Diss Express can help get these pictures back to the rightful owners.”
Miss Davies, who now lives in the east Midlands, said most of the pictures are of the wedding party, their friends and family, but has been able to identify some buildings, including The Saracen’s Head in Diss and The Black Horse in Thorndon.
The 25-year-old said: “I’d like to think that reuniting these pictures with the people they belong to will bring back memories of a happy day.
“With so many losses and so much separation from our loved ones since the pandemic started, these may mean the world to someone.”
Miss Davies is happy to post them to the people they belong to or she is in the area over Christmas so may be able to hand them over in person.
If you recognise anyone in these pictures or they are yours, email email@example.com and we will put you in touch with Miss Davies.