3. No. 89

Lloyds Bank

By Jim Devlin

Number 89 dates from around 1890 and originally was the office of a corn merchants. The premises were subsequentley occupied by a clockmakers and later an upholster before Lloyds bank took on the lease. The fontage has change dover the intervening years since 1955, mainly to accommodate the cashpoint machine.

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This page was added by Jim Devlin on 23/06/2012.
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At the time of this photograph the right hand side of Lloyds was my fathers opticians business, Carle G Payne, which later moved across the road next to the Cater Museum entrance. When I was a child we lived at the business, as did the bank manger and his family. Our play area was the field and barn behind the bank.

By Heather Cutler
On 05/08/2013

Above 91 was a flat (91a) my grandparents lived there for about 40 years. I remember the garden was huge and divided into 3 lawns. My granddad looked after the garden all by himself. I have many happy memories of spending long summer holidays there.

By Jane Titchener
On 12/10/2015