Market Hall, Indoors11 Comments
Photo: Tom cheetham
Item #: 9482
Great photo and good to see the bio-degradeable carrier bags.
Did the guy on the left have red hair. My mum used to buy her beef joint from there, nearly every Saturday, in the 1960's. The guy with the red hair would give me a kit kat!!!
yes tony lawrence did have red hair. he was my brother in law
I moithered my Mum and Dad to buy our weekly joint from Frank King as I always got a Jacobs Club biscuit! All the staff were cheerfull and remembered my name.
I have just seen the photo's of Frank King, he was my grandfather's youngest brother, if any one has any information on the King family- butchers, slaughtermen then I would be very interested, I am doing the family history at present
Agood photograhp of Lawrence, I knew him well, we were in the Church Lads Brigade together. They sold lovely pork pies.
OMG, Is that Lawrence on the left and old Mr King on the right....and.... is that John Marsh next to Lawrence. John who was good mate to Ronnie Hurst and I? and also to young Billy who went on to have a stall in the new market hall.?
Wow, the memories remain....good old days, what? How is Pat?
Fred Rosbottom, do you remember Jim Rutter who sadly died on a treck to the Lakes aged just 19 years? He worked with us at Kings.He was in the Brigade.
Has anyone got a photograph of Lawrence, and which boys brigade was he in?
I am 90% sure that that is my dad that is standing next to Frank King and it must have been around the early 60's
sue if you look in the assorted coloum and go to st. john ambulance band lawrence is there.