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 Sandwich shop has done a full circle

July 2006

 

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BUTTIES AND BLOOMS ON CHURCH DRIVE

Sisters Angela Round and Julie Wheatman

serving in the shop

The shop also boasts a fine selection of flowers from single roses to fine bouquets which I can personally recommend after ordering one for a 50th birthday.

Life has taken  a full circle for the sandwich shop that has recently opened opposite the medical centre on Church Drive. In the 1930s the shop traded as a fish and chip shop and was owned and ran by Mr and Mrs Naylor who also owned the off-license directly opposite the church at that time.  John Steele was a regular customer at that time and recalls " Mrs Naylor operated the fish shop  using two pans, coal fired, naturally. A portion of fish was tuppence and chips a penny a portion". The shop as also been a bookmakers, DIY, video rental, double glazing and even a bed sit.

   The shop has recently been refurbished and done a full turn around by sisters Angela Round and Julie Wheatman (both nee Bannister). Selling food again, the shop now offers a wide range of hot and cold sandwiches plus savouries, tortilla wraps, jacket potatoes, panini toasties and not forgetting their daily special of a meat and two veg with yorkshire pudding dinner for only 3.

 Opening hours are 9am till 3.30pm and orders over 5 are delivered free within a three mile radius.

To order your sandwich or flowers telephone 01226 781515

Visit the sandwich shop at Local Services.

 

 

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