Peckovers from Sandringham area

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Re: Peckovers from Sandringham area

Postby EWW » 29 Apr 2019, 15:19

All I can say Doug is I was a delivery boy for Mr Peckover there for two years from 13 to 15.

Number 15 :D

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Re: Peckovers from Sandringham area

Postby EWW » 29 Apr 2019, 15:40

This is more your era Doug, from the 1933 directory. :lol: Number 7. He obviously moved at some time.

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Re: Peckovers from Sandringham area

Postby Emmo » 01 May 2019, 15:33

Talking about different years, deffo knew where he was when I lived in Highgate up until I was 7years old. Then as you know I became a Gaywood lad. :D
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Re: Peckovers from Sandringham area

Postby pspooner » 29 Sep 2019, 03:08

I remember Peckover's well, also. In the late 1950's-early 60's it was on Littleport St., next to or very very close to 'Old Limbert's' fish 'n chip shop. We lived across the road at #4 Gaywood Rd. (next to Sammy & Ernie Stinton's shop, top of Highgate). Not sure where he got his bread or if he baked them himself, but I still remember the most wonderful cottage loaves (still warm) my mother would buy from him. We 3 would eat the whole loaf for tea with 'best butter'. Yummmmmmmm! smell and taste memories have a way of lingering for decades, don't they?

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