Dennisjm

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The man worked in the kitchens,,the knife was his,,the lady wasn't,,and he was very rude,,

Never seen again,after that day,,

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On 1/7/2016 at 10:20 AM, philmayfield said:

Henry Farmer was a subsidiary of Pearson Brothers. They sold pianos and organs and other musicalia. The shop was directly accessed from Pearsons. My old firm, back in the 60's, were the auditors and accountants to the group.

Was the Farmer's that sold material any thing to do with Henry Farmer. Farmer's that i recall used to have a shop top of exchange walk?

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Brilliant piece of improvisation there using the bin as a shield ! ben1945..:faint:

 

I was only three in 1965..used to use the lids aged about 7 reinacting Jason and the Argonauts!

Would I have been that quick witted however!

 

Do recall white card board pallets containing carrots left or stored in these alleys mid eighties..

 

Didn't know that was now a Ladbrokes, do recall the one further up..just a doorway entrance and downstairs. Opened around 1986.

 

Edit..The Ladbrokes further up was formally a cinema..guess where I learnt that! ;)

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10 hours ago, katyjay said:

The Escapades of Benjamin. So big, it will have to come out in 3 editions!

Doubt it, Katyjay. It would make the Encyclopedia Britannica look like an abridged version! :Shock:

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10 hours ago, mary1947 said:

Was the Farmer's that sold material any thing to do with Henry Farmer. Farmer's that i recall used to have a shop top of exchange walk?

I'm not aware it was.

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