Arndale Market - a Memory of Luton.
Does anyone remember the Arndale market when it first opened and the first several years?if you went in the market entrance opposite where peackocks is now,turn immediate right and walk straight on,on your right there was a stall which sold hair products,the man that owned it was tall and had a deep voice,there was a stall which sold teddy boy clothes and had drape jackets hanging up,a scottish lady that had a badge stall,a shoe shop next to the fish market called Mick,he was there for many years,another shoe shop next to the car park exit which sold safety shoes and specialised in ballet shoes,a stall called two guys who sold everything from tap washers to toasters.All gone now sadly.A lot of the market seems to be small cafe's serving food for different cultures.
A memory shared by on Feb 14th, 2019. Send kieronland a message
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