Exercise grey matter to solve sporting mystery

PUBLISHED: 11:35 12 January 2006 | UPDATED: 17:11 11 May 2010

People have always wanted to keep trim

People have always wanted to keep trim

IT'S not just today that people thought about shaping up. As our Crow Nostalgia shows keeping fit was an activity from years past as well. Our picture shows a class or a demonstration taking place in Royston Town Hall some time in the past. The question i

IT'S not just today that people thought about shaping up. As our Crow Nostalgia shows keeping fit was an activity from years past as well. Our picture shows a class or a demonstration taking place in Royston Town Hall some time in the past. The question is: do you remember the occasion? And who were those taking part in the exercise? Let Crow Nostalgia know about the event by contacting us on 01763 245241 or e-mail news@royston-crow.co.uk

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