Melton Mowbray, Market Place c.1950

Melton Mowbray, Market Place c.1950

Neg. M60015

Memories of Melton Mowbray

I'm Still Owed Ten Shillings!

I remember the inside of the Baptist Chapel as I attended regularly from the age of 5 until my early teens. A Reverand Exall and a one-armed man called Mr. Chapman were in charge. On Anniversaries they used ...Read full memory

My Father (Captured In Time)

THE MAN ON THE RIGHT WITH THE RAINCOAT IS ALBERT TOMAS DIXON. HE LIVED IN MELTON ALL HIS LIFE . HE WAS BORN IN 1910 AND DIED IN 2001. HE WORKED FOR THE POST OFFICE AND STARTED AS AN ERRAND BOY RISING TO ...Read full memory

Who Was

I think he had a shop on Leicester Street. For us this was one of the best shops in Melton. We built our radio (and crystal) sets and transmitters using parts from him, and also 'Exchange and Mart' and 'Practical Wireless'.

My Dad Never Had A Shop

ALBERT DIXON NEVER HAD A SHOP IN LEICESTER STREET. THE SHOP IN LECESTER STREET I THINK YOU MEAN WAS A JUNK SHOP OWNED BY A MR CHIPPY DIXON (NO RELATION TO MY FATHER) IT WAS A VERY INTERESTING SHOP OLD RADIOS GASMASKS AND A VERY LARGE STEAM ENGINE IN THE WINDOW.

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