Important Notice Regarding Delivery:

We have been advised by Royal Mail & Parcelforce that their delivery services will be disrupted by industrial action on the following dates: Friday 30th September 2022 and Saturday 1st October 2022 so this is going to disrupt the delivery of some orders.

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Hand Coloured Photographs

These photographs are all coloured in the Victorian style and are particularly suitable for use on Jigsaws, Tea Towels and Cushion Covers, but are also available in all our products.

Other Memories from Settle

Chapel street was instated when the then-time landowner who built his country house - latterly the police station, and put Chapel Street in place to link Duke (firm Duck St) with the High Road to prevent byway over what was to become his garden. Thank you, John Peart! Sandy Yatteau Sep 2015

The area behind 15 Chapel St (formerly Derek Jordans Solicitors) was at one time infilled between the rear of that building and the back of the Golden Lion pub. The buildings there have altered since this photo was taken, and will have altered even more significantly 70-80 years begire when Ashfield and the Zpolice Station were built (latter 1832) because Chapel Street itself dudn't exist until then. Sandy Yatteau , Sep 2015

Delighted to have seen this picture which gives a view of the design of the basement windiws at 15 Chapel St (firmerly Derek Jordans Solicitors) because we are keen to reinstate these. Sandy Yatteau, Sep 2015

The car with the upright radiator parked in front of Franklands, with a small Austin van alongside was my fathers Daimler, it was a dark blue in colour and had what today are called suicide door's for they all opened backwards unlike today's cars (2015) Peter Blackburn, formerly Craven Arms Hotel, Giggleswick

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