ValDaw wrote:I remember the Bazaar on Stanley Road. My dad was the owner of Reg Sloan Furnishers, next door but one. Mr Enfield had the pottery shop between them.
The owner of the Bazaar was one Solly Gilman who would 'hold court' most Saturdays in the centre of the shop. Taylor's bread shop was at the end of the block; I was always fascinated by the fluorescent fish paste they used to sell. The women who ran the shop were Jean and Margaret.
My dad bought the shop on the opposite corner, that had been a hardware shop and turned it into a second-hand furniture shop. However, he kept the huge paraffin (Esso blue) tank at the back of the shop along with a big old silver till for the half a crowns it cost, for a gallon. I often had to serve it as a young teenager.
dorothy834 wrote:Costigans in Strand Road always had sacks of
rice..lentils raisins currants etc on the shop floor
with the top of the sack turned over..
and the there was the Home colonial. ? Remember a chap name Dave there
just loved all the shops in Strand Road 40,/50s and Stanley Road up to the North park
and Dylis's chippie...mmm
frank2014 wrote:not sure about this one fell either om knowsley road or on Stanley road does anyone know.
BossHogg wrote:The bazaar on Stanley Rd, was that the one between Wadham Rd and Keble Rd? If so, I remember it very well, I grew up on Wadham Rd between Stanley Rd and Queens Rd.
Invicta wrote:Dooleys & Nolans at the bottom of Brookhill Road are my first memories.
Then Marshall & Weetch in Ford, where we'd go for broken biscuits on the way to school. Next door was the sweet shop where Bonesy's mum worked - Carr Meadow Hey. Ken
griffo wrote:My mum worked in Sturlas on LInacre Road
I used to love going in there as a child they had a tube type container they put the vouchers in when you paid and it would 'disappear' up a pipe
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