Looking Back by photographer Keris Eyton-Williams opens at the Eclectic Gallery in Margate tomorrow (August 5).
Were you, or do you know, someone who lived in or visited Margate in 1970? Fifty-two years have brought many changes since the British seaside holiday was the number one choice for families. Do you have memories from under those long-gone boardwalks?
And then there is the flip side of the tourist season, the stark emptiness of the winter months. Come and turn back the clock and have a nostalgic glimpse of times gone by with the images by Keris.
Keris (pictured above) went to Dane Court Grammar in the 1960s and then went to Harrow College of Technology and Art to study photography, followed by roles in advertising.
Now living in Lincolnshire, having made a life in farming, he has hung up his wellies and returns with his portfolio of Margate shots from 1970.
Framed and mounted prints, cards and books of the images are available to buy.
The exhibition runs from August 5 to September 2, Eclectic Gallery is at 6 Broad Street, Margate. Opening hours are Wednesday to Sunday, 11am – 5pm.