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Photograph number Buildings 36

June 1986

Hardware Shop Church Drive


This property stands directly opposite the Medical Centre on Church Drive. Dennis Gell who was the proprietor at the time of this photograph is seen here serving Graham Elvidge. Over the years this shop has been a fish shop owned by Mr and Mrs Naylor who used coal fired pans, fish was tuppence and chips were one penny a portion. Other known owners/proprietors have been Roy Berridge (bookmakers), Gary Hotchins (video shop and double glazing). In 2005 It was owned by Wayne Hinchcliffe who used it as a storeroom for his double-glazing products. In 2006 it became Butties and Blooms sandwich and flower shop.