58-60 High Street, Rellew, Ansara & shop

  • These two houses were developed in the 1930s on the site of a yard. The two houses were named Rellew and Ansara after Sara Ann Weller (Rellew is this spelt backwards). To the left of these was a small lean-to shop. Mr Stamp owned both houses and lived in Rellew
  • Mr Stamp lived in Rellew and sold shoes in the shop to the left of the two houses, Rellew and Ansara.  Later Mr Emm had this as a chemist; later Mr Putt, shoemaker; then as shown in the photo an antiques shop (Long Ago).
  • Taken in 2000, when Telephone and Office Solutions occupied this.
  • 1988. Kathy Hawley in the antiques shop at 62 High street as shown in the Centenary booklet
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Notes on these 3 properties. These two houses were developed in the 1930s on the site of a yard. The two houses were named Rellew and Ansara after Sara Ann Weller (Rellew is this spelt backwards). To the left of these was a small lean-to shop. 56 High Street. Mr Stamp owned both houses and lived in Rellew and sold shoes in the shop; then Mr Emm was a chemist; later Mr Putt, shoemaker; then Kathy Hawley Antiques (later, perhaps, run by someone else as 'Long Ago'), then Telephone and Office Solutions and, at another time, as a hairdresser, first 'Linda and Avril', then 'New Image'. In 2008, the shop traded as 'Goochie', perhaps selling shoes? Now (2018) vacant.

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