We are still able to despatch most of our products, however, the ones listed below (that are made by other manufacturers) will not be available for a while.
Tableware (Coasters & Placemats) and Wallpaper.
Wincanton, Parish Church c.1955
Memories of Wincanton, Parish Church c1955
I arrived in Wincanton as an Evacuee in 1940/41 and lived for a while with my Uncle Frank and his family. My Uncle at that time owned Bayford garage. I was only about 6 yrs of age and quite naturally missed my Mother very much. After a few months she too came to live in Wincanton . MY father was in the Royal (...Read full memory)
I was born in Templecombe Hospital in April 1943. My mother was Lilian Game (nee Atkins) and was staying with my grandfather, Ernest Atkins at 13 Silver Street, opposite the church (sadly now the site of a garage). My mother was married there in 1939 and was able to walk to the church because it was so close by. I was (...Read full memory)
I remember Wincanton when my grandparents ran the grocery shop in North Street. I often stayed and poped next door to the wonderful cake shop then onto my great uncles who ran Parsons Dairies. I went out with my grandfather when he delivered the many boxes of groceries and I usually fell asleep in the soft leather (...Read full memory)
I was born in Wincanton in 1941, at 55 Penn View. I went to Noth Street School and had a wonderful time there. Wish it still was...but that was my young days. I used to watch the horse raising from the back window of the house. I was told that the old man in the Churchyard got down off the block and walked the church every (...Read full memory)