Liddiard's Shop

Liddiards Shop
Keith Jacklin remembers Liddiards Shop (40 sec duration)
Liddiard's Shop | c. 1922
Liddiard's Shop
c. 1922
Keith Jacklin pictured at MLHG Coffee Morning in 2007.  You can hear his memories of the farm in the audio clip at the top of this page. | Photograph by Tim Gane
Keith Jacklin pictured at MLHG Coffee Morning in 2007. You can hear his memories of the farm in the audio clip at the top of this page.
Photograph by Tim Gane

Liddiard’s shop sold everything you could think of. You could go and get two penn’orth of nails or you could go and get a gallon of paraffin and a pound of butter all over the same counter.

They used to come round with a trade bike and take orders and then bring the goods to you, so it was a lot different from going to Tesco. They had a bicycle with a square frame at the front and you could stand a few boxes of stuff in it, but not a lot.

Keith Jacklin, speaking in May 2007

See also our pages on 55-59 High Street and the 1954 Fire at Leverington’s shop.

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