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Photo:(2) - Chapel St c1960

(2) - Chapel St c1960

This page was added by Sylvia Woolford on 11/04/2012.
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I remember the highlight, as a small child in the 60's, of being allowed to see behind the counter and in the store room of "Uncle Alec's" shop (on the left of the picture). I recall being most fascinated by the bacon slicer!

By David Woolford
On 22/05/2011

I remember this well as we lived at No. 66 opposite Hills Bakery where my mum worked in the bake house. The cars are parked where the row of flint cottages were, also John Howells the cobbler and Niners fish and chip shop. There used to be a little old lady who used to sit outside her cottage, she was known to us as Old Rosie. Can any one remember her? John Howell moved his shop up the High street near to the wool shop. If you went along side Devereux, Cowleys Bakery was behind I and a friend had lovely cream cakes - her mum worked there.

By Ivy Smart ( Fitzroy)
On 09/10/2011

I have seen your photo of Denton Island.  My Grandfather was born there and lived in Catts Cottages he was one of fourteen children and there surname name was Lipscombe.

My grandfather Charles Collington was born in number 4 Catts Cottages on 21st August, 1877.

John  -- Editor

By Marilyn Ponder
On 18/05/2019

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