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Antique Shops in Bampton

  • BCA - 2018.1371
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  • 1952 1976

All but one of these pictures are of Mr & Mrs Hill's antique shop which was next door to the Horse Shoe Inn. It became Arthur Hill, their son's shop. There was also an antique shop in the Market Square between the garage and the WI...

Bampton Community Archive

Bridge Street first half of C20th

  • BCA - 2017.1205
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  • early twentieth century

This picture postcard shows Bridge Street from opposite Sherbourne Villas looking east. The nearer pub is the Wheat Sheaf which became the Post Office in 1972. The thatched pub is the Elephant & Castle. The barn on the angle of the turn int...

Bampton Community Archive

Newspaper cutting showing Arthur Hill's antique shop July 8th 1960

  • BCA - 2017.734
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  • July 8th 1960

Arthur Hill took over the running of the family antique shop from his parents. Over the years it became much more a bric-a-brac shop and requests for anything seen in the window which was not easy to get at was met with 'My executors will ge...

Bampton Community Archive

Mr & Mrs Hill & son Arthur Hill's antique cum bric-a-brac shop in Bridge Street

  • BCA - 2017.526
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  • twentieth century

Mr & Mrs Hill ran an antique shop in Bridge Street which was later taken over by their son Arthur. It became a bric-a-brac shop. Many items were put outside on display each week and Arthur was always ready and willing to talk with people. L...

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Mrs Frances Money and her husband Percy, a shoemaker

  • BCA - 2017.390
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The photograph of Mrs Money was probably taken about c2000. The one of her husband in his workshop in Bridge Street was taken in the 1960s. Their grandson Andrew Money still lives in Bampton and is a painter and decorator.

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