1 edition of opening of the Ankerside Centre by Her Majesty the Queen, 6th June 1980. found in the catalog.
opening of the Ankerside Centre by Her Majesty the Queen, 6th June 1980.
At head of cover: Boroughof Tamworth.
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ANKERSIDE Shopping Centre is marking 35 years at the very heart of Tamworth town centre with a series of events and celebrations. A ‘Time Machine’ display will be created at the centre to highlight key dates in Tamworth’s past – such as June 6when the Queen formally opened the £8 million centre.
We would like to wish a very Happy Birthday to Ankerside Shopping Ce ntre which is 40 years old today. 🍰 🎈 On 6th JuneHer Majesty the Queen opened this fabulous space for the first time.
👑 Who remembers this day. Who has been to the Ankerside Shopping Centre. 😄 # 40today # 40thbirthday # ankersideshoppingcentre # tamworthtown # tamworth # staffordshire # happybirthday. Opening of the College by Her Majesty the Queen, Julyoil on canvas: view: × cm.
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