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The Butchers Shop - a Memory of Horsham.

Throughout the 1950s and 1960s my father, Patrick Scullion, known to many of his customers as Jock, was the family butcher at 8 Bishopric. I was his butcher's boy around 1960 delivering orders on the trade bike on Saturday mornings and Tuesday after school. I also helped to make sausages which were second to none! I well remember Milledges to the right of our shop which sold newspapers and toys and the little grocers to the left run by a spinster called Miss Carcas. The back of our shop opened onto the yard of Piggotts, a hardware store, and I used to slip in there and watch them cut glass.

A memory shared by Richard Scullion on Jan 6th, 2009. Send Richard Scullion a message

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