How the shops have changed with time - continued
- A & J Jackson The Cafe (this must have been Dodd's) - Dodd's confectioner and cafe - Outdoor shop with cafe next door.
- Miss Musgrave wools, embroidery silks, children's wear - this could have been on the site of Hackney & Leigh or Sam Ellis's shop, car accessories, batteries, the petrol pumps were opposite - The Apple Pie baker and cafe
- Tishy Cullingworth cobbler, The Old Bridge House - Osman's antiques - National Trust.
- Miss Maud Lupton antiques (formally of Church St) - Stuart Cunningham outdoor clothing, next to the Apple Pie.
- May Turner sweets and tobacco - Stuart Cunningham outdoor clothing
- Early in the 20th century the site of Adrian Sankey's glass house was Garside's carriage builder and motor body designer.
- Mrs Rushforth papers, cards, sweets and tobacco. Has remained the same type of shop.
- Mudd's wet fish shop - Grassland and Backhoue fish - Fred Holdsworth books.
- Walter Mackereth gents outfitter - Wilf Nicholson - Graham Taylor - now has changed to an art shop.
- Bone's greengrocer - Weaver's - now Cafe Treff
- Mackereth's toy shop run by Mamie Creighton - Video hire - Adventure Peaks outdoor pursuits
- Bruce Squires (a legend) fishing tackle and gifts - outdoor clothing.
- Longmires confectionery and cafe - Barton's - O'Neill's Central Cafe - Shacklady's - Daisy Cafe.
- Mackereth's ladies clothing and haberdashery - Weatherstone's gifts - Anoraks in Profusion - Adventure Peaks.
- Lawsons chemist -Boot's - Information Centre - The Hub, Information Centre and Post Office
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