Remembering the way we were, or at least the way Stony Stratford was, is the focus of a photographic exhibition being hosted at York House in Stony Stratford this Sunday.
From the Victorian times to the not-so-long-ago, this is a fascinating insight into one of the jewels in the Milton Keynes crown, as seen through the photographs of residents and former town dwellers.
It’s a chance to look back at a town when the only traffic in the Hight Street used to clippety-clop its way through.
You’ll see the trams, check in on the old pubs and shops and the long-gone houses and cottages from the times when houses were quirky, unique, pretty as a picture and built to last.
Entry is free, but stick your hands in your pockets and offer a little towards York House’s community projects if you can.
The bygone exhibition will be open to view between 1pm and 4pm.