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On 21/08/2010 at 10:04, spudgun said:

 

Yes they were. Always made sure i gave each house an xmas card. With 70+ customers if you got only a pound from each, which in the 70`s was a lot of money, it ended up a tidy sum

Was it Ron Halls that you delivered for. The cabin at the junction is summerfield St/Napier sy?

 

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On 7 September 2019 at 08:19, DUFFEMS said:

In the 60's up until 1970 when I got married there were 2 wibbly wobbly old ladies who worked in this shop. I didn't do a paper round but, I used to go in here for birthday/Christmas cards etc., they were always very helpful and usually brought out the most expensive cards i.e. padded ones in boxes.

The woman who ran the place (not the owner) was known by all as "auntie"

think A Connie Evans also worked there but can't remember the two Mentioned. 

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Hi

 

Long shot here but did any of you deliver papers in the Sheffield area for a Mr & Mrs Organ, they had a daughter called Pauline?  I am trying to trace family relatives that originally lived in Cheltenham.  Sorry no other information

thanks

M

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