We’re asking people to share their memories, stories and photographs of the venue for a timeline project and ‘memory capsule’ to mark our 40th anniversary here at Rossis.
We hope to unveil the results of the project at a celebration planned for this summer, which will also mark the first anniversary of JR’s.
Bruce Rossi, said: “Rossis has built a notable reputation over the past four decades and has become a mainstay in North Walsham. “Our ethos remains an absolute passion for bringing the community together.
“Rossis has seen a huge amount of action in its 40-year history and we can’t wait for the next 40 years.”
“But first, we get to celebrate our first birthday at JR’s.”
The celebration held in May followed an appearance by squash legend 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medallist James Willstrop which marked the 40th anniversary.
James Willstrop, who first picked up a squash racquet at Rossis as a youngster when his family lived in Norfolk, led a coaching session and exhibition games along with fellow squash champs Daryl Selby, Matt Sumner, Craig Aldred, Matthew Bolt and Henry Geaves.
Mr Willstrop’s dad, Malcolm, who has been inducted into the coaching hall of fame, was also there, having been a squash coach at Rossis for four years in the 1980s.
If you would like to contribute to the timeline/memory capsule project you can call 01692 404966 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.