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Bakery shops

Radiorails

master brummie
Co-Op, Scribbans and Hardings (assuming they were still bakeries in the 70's.
There are threads about most bakeries here.
 

Astoness

TRUE BRUMMIE MODERATOR
Staff member
yes jan it looks like gregory panks could have been a wimbush shop so lets hope a photo of it can be found...moving this thread to the shops section of the forum

lyn
 
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rosie

brummie
Kelly's for 1973/4 gives 88 as J. Gould Tailor. 90 as Sea Cavern, Fried Fish. Also 86 as Harper Harris Typewriter"dirs?" and Typewriter service. Maybe they were upstairs in an office?
As these posts are off topic perhaps they should be moved?
rosie.
 

Metroman

New Member
Anyone remember Cox's Bakery Icknield port road? They had shops on the Dudley road, Cape hill, Harborne and Newtown.
 

LOZELLIAN

master brummie
stocktons firkins astons

Hi mw0njm.

I remember fondly the following bakery shops, Wimbush & Baines (Lozells Rd), Firkins (Hamstead Village & The Radleys) & latterly when out on the road Greggs (dripping cakes & Belgian Buns

Lozellian
 

LOZELLIAN

master brummie
stocktons firkins astons

Hi mw0njm.

I remember fondly the following bakery shops, Wimbush & Baines (Lozells Rd), Firkins (Hamstead Village & The Radleys) & latterly when out on the road Greggs (dripping cakes & Belgian Buns mmm).

Lozellian
 
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