2. Nos. 134 & 132

By Jim Devlin

These two shops were run by Mr. R. J. Youngman and were a tobacconist and confectionery and a stationery supplies shop. The building like most along this section of the High Street was demolished and replaced by a modern row of shops in the 1960’s.

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I lived next door to Youngman'shop. Dorothy gave me a Saturday job and woe betide you if you sampled the sweets!! Reg also ran a printing business. 

My mother Nayda Affleck was a staff nurse in Casualty and I am still in touch with Jenny Simpson whose mother was Captain of the Girls Brigade.

By Sue Barton
On 28/06/2014