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Abbey End & The Square, c1939
This photograph was taken in the immediate pre-war years after Abbey End had been widened. About 8ft was 'sliced' off the end of the building immediately behind the clocktower. (Compare to the photo on the page 'Abbey End 1910')
10 The Firs Geoffrey Lawton Moss
8 Was part of the Firs, now Lladnar. Mrs C Randall JP
6 Avereld Redwood.
4 J H Reeve, corn merchant
2 George Davis
11 Bendower Colin Hugh Harper Surgeon and Physician
9 Roseary Alec Robertson, Robertson & Son printers
7 Salumin Jn Morris
3 & 5 Miss I G Smith & Miss A Millar, Drapers
1 Oscar Lancelotte, Confectioner
2 Alfred Glasspool, Chemist,
4 Leycester’s Lodge, Mrs Arnold.
6 H H Railton, Boot & Shoe
Wm Ed Taylor
8 Reginald Victor Dickenson, ironmonger
10 Thomas H Dickenson, newsagent.
3 The Globe
H Unnumbered, A & F Hanson, Music dealers; Daniels, Trustam and Ward, Dentists.
5 Gilbert Morgan, Wine & spirit merchant
7 Arthur J Cooke, Grocer
9 Not listed, probably absorbed by 7
11 Jonathon Haycock, butcher
13 & 15 Carters drapers, B H Bennett prop. Survives
(The map is taken from the 1936 edition OS, details of premises from 1939 Kelly's directory)