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Featured Memory: Shops In We Blew In The 60s And 70s

I remember when we lived in Perivale, we used to walk to Wembley High Street where my dad worked in J Davy, the car place. My nan and grandad owned the bakers across the road to the indoor market. I remember going to the clothes shop Snobs which was round, there was a toy shop called Zodiac, and the Golden Egg Restaurant, also C&A. The Times furniture shop, ...Read full memory

A memory of Wembley, Greater London shared by Diane Dover

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