Item BCA - 2024.6874 - Dutton Shop: Life at Duttons from January 1971 to 1979

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BCA - 2024.6874


Dutton Shop: Life at Duttons from January 1971 to 1979


  • 1971-1979 (Creation)

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An account of life at the Dutton's shop, Bridge Street, from 1971- 1979 by the daughter of the then Proprietors Ann and Ray Saunders, and Reg Saunders. Details the trades represented in the shop, and also lists the neighbouring businesses and the staff employed during that time. People who worked in Duttons whilst we were there
Reg Saunders
Ray Saunders
Ann Saunders
Dave Daniels (delivery driver)
Bubbles Allam wife of Pete Allam
Sue Taylor (wife of Dave Taylor)
Betty Schmidt (nee Kew)
Carol Smith (nee Bourne)
Amy Wooloff
Ivy Wright (nee Timms) (office)
Heather Hunt
Sheila Daniels (wife of Bill Daniels)
Dinah Taylor
Margaret Harrington
Stephanie Delnevo (Saturday)
Angela Head (Saturday)
Sharon Taylor (Saturday)
Anita Saunders (Saturday)
The Elephant & Castle, Bridge Street,
The Horseshoe, Bridge Street,
The Cotswold Grill, Bridge Street (landlord Dave Pasmore)
The George & Dragon, Cheapside
The Jubilee, Market Square
The Talbot, Bridge Street,
The New Inn, High Street (now The Morris Clown)
The Eagle, Church View
Other Businesses in Bampton
Emmies, Bridge Street (Emmie Papworth) Newspapers and Sweets
Butchers, Bridge Street (Vic assisted by Nobby – taken over by Ron and Betty Hickman assisted by Vince Govier)
Midland Bank, Bridge Street,
Arthurs Antiques Bridge Street (Arthur Hill) next to the Horseshoe Pub
Barclays Bank, Market Square (went on to be The Poachers Rest)
Central Garage, Market Square
International, High Street, supermarket (now the Co-op)
Fleur de Leys, corner of High Street and Bushey Row, Hair dressers (now a pottery shop)
Mrs. Ham, High Street, (now Strawberry Cottage) moved next to International where it sold toys and shoes (now Polished Beauty)
Launderette, Market Square, went on to be Temples Hardware and now Bampton coffee shop
Bovingtons Fish Shop, High Street
Hughes, Cheapside, wool shop
Cheltenham & Gloucester Building Society, Market Square, next to the Jubilee pub.
Constables, Market Square, Bakery

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