Pity they could have recovered the wonderful shop fittings from Youngs down t,b,r, they had an old clock, wooden shelves, tiled floor, I must dig out my photos of Jack in there ( was a grocery shop, he cooked hams, beef, sold cheese, loose, ham was stuck on a ham stand) its now a nigerian shop, sells wigs etc., still has shop sign as youngs i think....
That's VERY strange, isn't it? I mean, they've branded it already. The message is on groovy blackboards with an e-mail address for Miss Jones, so I wonder if it's another tease ... not very effective if it is, just confusing.
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"when i say community i don't mean council sponsored. it's a group of
private local home owners who decided to take their environment and
what happened to it into their own hands. by challenging the change
of use to a take away kebab shop and raising the money to purchase the
freehold, design the shop and name of the deli."
Pity about the choice of colour [the blue I mean], subtle it aint and it's almost as bad a blue as Southwark Councils choice, but at least it attracts attention to the shop. Progress was being made on shopfitting yesterday, but it appears to be painfully slow.