Terry Yates talks about the Co-operative Store in Tideswell. “I was at Lady Manners until 1949 and I left when I was 15, couldn’t get away quick enough. Before I … Continue reading
Arthur Barnsley recalls the ‘lost’ shops of Litton village. “Shops. We had the co-op it was Stafford Hill I think it was called who ran it at that time, the … Continue reading
Alison Chapman describes working at Hancock’s during the late 1930s and early 1940s. “I worked at the Pork Shop and learned all sorts there you see. And then when Renee … Continue reading
Arthur Barnsley recalls Litton’s shops, deliveries and where you could buy a ha’porth of aniseed balls.
Tideswell was once endowed with a wealth of shops, meaning that few people needed to leave the village for anything. Shops and cafes used to occupy most of the buildings along High … Continue reading