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Normall, this local football league match would have been watched by a few spectators. This was during the long hard winter of 1963, when matches at Little Oakley, near Harwich were the only one being played for several consecutive weeks. Even professional football at Layer Road, Colchester was called off during the freeze. Despite the difficult conditons, teams, officials and supporters managed to get to the ground with little difficulty.
Normally, this local amatuer football match at Little Oakley, Essex would have been watched by a handful of spectators. This was in the hard winter of 1963 when no football was played in north-east Essex for several weeks - including Colchester United at their Layer Road ground. Result was that many people who would have normally been supporting their own team travelled to the only matches played - weekly at Lt Oakley. Despite the hard conditions, teams, officials and spectators turned up after road journeys.