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Morris & Howes Sweet Shop Park Rd Aston

oldMohawk

master brummie
Phil
Facebook are quick. Posted 11 hours ago. At least they mentioned you and have not deleted the BHF caption
I suppose I can't complain, I don't have Facebook but I have occasionally copied pics from them ... :)
 
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Perrybarrexile

New Member
I think 107 is the sweet shop just this side of the Sunblest lorry on the right in this photo.
Thankyou so much for this photo. This was my Nans sweet shop and then my Moms until 1955. I used to go there after school and was allowed to cut the points out of ration books as sweets were still on the ratio. It's the best photo I've found and brings back happy memories.
 

Josephine Chapman

Brummie babby
Thankyou so much for this photo. This was my Nans sweet shop and then my Moms until 1955. I used to go there after school and was allowed to cut the points out of ration books as sweets were still on the ratio. It's the best photo I've found and brings back happy memories.
I can just make out O. A. Chapman over the shop, my mum’s name, which is why I’m fairly confident thats it. I’m really chuffed to find this photo as I was born there :)
 
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