The History Group always welcomes all U3A members. Our indoor meetings are held at Central Methodist Church on the 3rd Wednesday of the month commencing at 2pm. Money paid for the trip to Richard lll will be safe in the U3A bank until we can re-arrange later on. We are starting fresh in September (X fingers). Watch this space! I look forward to seeing everyone but in the meantime please take care and stay safe.
HUCKNALL BUSINESS ADVERTS 1887
Enoch Reynolds, Bill Poster and Tripe Dresser, Albert Street. Attends Market on Fridays.
William Thompson, Family Grocer and Provision Dealer, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, Leather Cutter, Etc. High Street and Chapel Street. Established 1880.
The Gospel Temperance Prize Band is open for engagements. Terms on application to the secretary W. Belcher, Brickyard Road, Butlers Hill.
Peter Howis, Ironmonger, Watnall Road.
William Mellows, News Agent and General Dealer, George Street
Thomas Foster. Tobacconist and Stationer, Baker Street.
Clement Buckland, Family Chemist, High Street and Annesley Road.
The G.N.M Bakery, High Street. Emigration Agents Office.
E. M. Walker, Hucknall & Nottingham, Carrier& General Dealer, Carlingford Road.
Joseph Watson, Sewing Machine Agent, Annesley Road.
W. Burton, Agent for Caldwells Oil Paintings and Photographs, Watnall Road.
J. Davidge, the Cheapest and Best Saddlery and Shoe Leather Depot in town.
G. Rhodes, the Noted Millinery Shop, High Street.
R. F. Jones, the Drapery Stores, High Street.
W. Evans, Chimney Sweep and Carpet Beater, Betts Street, Butlers Hill.
Go to Musson’s for Drapery, High Street, Hucknall.
Musson’s for Wools, Direct from Spinners.
Croft’s the Clothier and Peoples Outfitter, High Street.
A. C. Andrews, Late Haslam. The Cheap Grocery Store, Portland Road.
H. J. Laycock, Watnall Road, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Tobacconist. Clocks, Watches and Jewellery Repaired.
Mrs. Benniston, Dress and Mantle Maker, Beardall Street.
J. Watson, Annesley Road, gives private Lessons in Shorthand. Terms on Application.
Rickett & Brown, Family Grocers and Provision Dealers, Watnall Road. Good Dividends Paid.
H. Mounteney, Wholesale and Retail Pork Butcher, Watnall Road.
W. Holiday, Saddler and Harness Maker, High Street. Repairs Promptly Executed.
Price Jones, Byron Street, begs to announce that he has commenced business as a Ready Made Clothier. Clothes made to order in the London Style, on very easy terms. Come and see!
This list of adverts is from The Nottinghamshire Free Press 21st January 1887. Do any of these people belong in your family tree?
What a wonderful surprise it was to discover the Command Tower was a grade ll listed building.
T.T.F.N. Maureen Newton