Harry Peel's Fish shop
56 High St – on the right – believed to have been a fish shop in the forty-fifties but this undated photo in the Chatteris Museum may be of the 1900s when it was a public house. (Anyone name it please?) The white panel across the upper windows might read “Beer and Wine” but only it’s location could be still seen in the nineties when it was “Kid’s Stuff” and even today (Empty shop 2016).
On the extreme left of the photo is the building to Charles Cole’s Yard which was replaced by Lindsell’s Walk next to No 49 High St. (Originally entered as Carley’s yard in this text in error hence the comments below)
It is understood that Harry’s daughter, Audrey, had a hairdressers next door in the sixties?. Anyone remember if it was 54 or 58 please?
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