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The University of East Anglia is 50 years old - we find out how it has shaped lives and the county.

PUBLISHED: 15:58 28 August 2013 | UPDATED: 16:00 28 August 2013

UEA's new chancellor, who replaces Brandon Gough who died last year, Rose Tremain.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

UEA's new chancellor, who replaces Brandon Gough who died last year, Rose Tremain. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Archant Norfolk

Did you study at the UEA? Do you work at the university and science park? Have you been to gigs, lectures, exhibitions and events at the uni and the Sainsbury Centre?

Did you study at the UEA? Do you work at the university and science park? Have you been to gigs, lectures, exhibitions and events at the uni and the Sainsbury Centre?

So many of us have personal connections to the University of East Anglia, and will be joining in the celebrations of its 50th anniversary this month.

Get your copy of EDP Norfolk Magazine to read the exclusive tribute to the UEA by its Chancellor, the award-winning writer Rose Tremain – herself one of the first students there. We’ve an interview with Pirates of the Caribbean and This Life actor Jack Davenport in which he remembers his student days at the UEA, and we meet people in business and the community who have their own special thanks to the university.

The September issue of EDP Norfolk Magazine – don’t miss it.

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