When they got married the Queen's father had only just come to the throne and Neville Chamberlain was Prime Minister.
Stanley and Daphne Green from Roydon near Diss in Norfolk have been celebrating their 76th wedding anniversary.
When they got wed in 1937 the 999 emergency phone number was yet to be invented, the first issue of the Dandy had yet to hit the streets and the 12-sided 'thruppenny bit' was the new coin in your pocket.
Stanley and Daphne Green from Roydon near Diss in Norfolk have been celebrating their 76th wedding anniversary. She was 17 and he 19 when they got wed in 1937.
They have now received their ninth anniversary card from the Queen.
The couple have been sharing the secrets of a long and happy marriage with ITV Anglia's Emma Baker.
A collection of home movies showing what life was like in Diss in Norfolk 60-years-ago has been given a new digital life thanks to modern internet technology.
They were shot by the town's baker, Stanley Youngs, who was also an amateur filmmaker with a passion for capturing rural Norfolk life.
The full films can be seen here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVyU8VsQBzc
Tom Barton reports on a rare cache of film which paints a portrait of how we used to live.
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There are delays between Norwich and London because of a tree leaning on power cables on the line to Diss.
A shuttle bus is currently in operation between Norwich and Diss and there are delays of about 30 minutes on both directions of the line.
Network Rail and Greater Anglia do not know when a normal service will be resumed. There are currently engineers on site who are looking at removing the tree which is causing the obstruction.
All lines have now reopened on Greater Anglia trains between Diss and Norwich.
A1066 Park Road closed in both directions due to building fire at house fire between B1077 Denmark Street and Mere Street.
Police have confirmed the package discovered in the Royal Mail delivery office in Diss this morning is no longer being treated as suspicious.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal officers from the MOD attended the scene and have confirmed the package is a genuine parcel.
The exclusion zone has been lifted and nearby roads re-opened.