The Sweet Shop - a Memory of Woodbury.

As I recall, the 2nd house on the left was a sweet shop run by two old ladies. You were served over a half door, so you didn't need to enter the shop. I walked, with my elder brother, to this shop the day sugar rationing ended. I could not understand how we could get sweets without our ration books. I was afraid we would get arrested!


A memory shared by John Plunkett Cole on Sep 30th, 2012. Send John Plunkett Cole a message

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