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Can anyone tell more , was it a shop and if so where was it.

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I think here was a shop called Mortons on Greenfield Road.

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I can recall a sweet shop in 1950s Greenfield Road called Morts. It was quite close to Geoff Duke's showroom, opposite Bill Jackson's shop and petrol station. My grandma was quite friendly with the owners

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I think you are correct there a Alan I am mistaken.

Sorry.

 

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The shop on corner of Duke Street and Boundary Road was Skellands. Round the corner, just into Duke Street was Bowleys. Skellands concentrated more on pies, Bowley's on cakes

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1 hour ago, Alan said:

The shop on corner of Duke Street and Boundary Road was Skellands. Round the corner, just into Duke Street was Bowleys. Skellands concentrated more on pies, Bowley's on cakes

Skellands concentrated more on pies .....................................but you were never sure how much pepper went into their meat pies - for me, the more the better!

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