The Ards in the Seventies

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Packed with over 500 images from all walks of life around the Ards, The Ards in the Seventies picks up the story where the book’s acclaimed Sixties predecessor leaves off.

Once more Terence Bowman has sifted through the archives  of the Newtownards Chronicle applying his newspaper editor’s eye to bring you the top stories and fascinating snippets which defined the decade as reported in the main local papers.

Backed up by contributions from a panoply of well known local figures from the entertainment, sporting and business worlds, The Ards in the Seventies will bring a flood of memories back to life for anyone with connections to the area.

Terence Bowman

Terence Bowman, great-grandson of Alexander Bowman, was born in Bangor in 1957 and attended Bangor Grammar School. He is editor of the Mourne Observer in Newcastle, Co. Down, which he joined in 1976, having completed the National Council for the Training of Journalists' pre entry course at the Belfast College of Business Studies. In 1991 he edited and published Railway Memories, which told the recollections of former employees of the railways in Co. Down.

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