The people of Nottingham are being asked to get involved in the celebrations taking place for intu Broadmarsh’s 40th anniversary later this month (25 March).
The centre is calling for shoppers and staff who have been a part of its 40 year history to come forward with photographs and happy memories to create a nostalgic exhibit which will be displayed on the centre’s lower mall.
The best contributions will join a display of photographs from the centre’s archive to mark the special occasion.
Adam Tamsett, general manager at intu Broadmarsh said: “We’ve found lots of wonderful old photos in our own archives, which have brought back some great memories of the centre over the last 40 years and got us thinking about what the people of Nottingham look back on fondly.
“We would love our customers who have been shopping at intu Broadmarsh for years to dust off their old photographs and to reminisce to help us celebrate our 40th birthday.
“The centre has played a huge part in peoples’ lives since it was first opened in 1975 and we want to hear their stories to mark this big milestone. Whether it’s a happy retirement story or memorable first date – we’ve even had a marriage proposal at the centre! – we want to hear about it”.
Shoppers and former staff members are invited to share their old photographs and memories with the team at intu Broadmarsh, which will be displayed on the centre’s lower mall as part of the 40th birthday celebrations over the next few weeks.
Photographs and happy memories can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.