The B&Q of its time. Tom Turners in one of its many guises.
My Dad was a joiner and he bought all his tools etc from Tommy Turners. Dad used to call him ‘Tommy Tin-tacks.’ His son’s name was Peter.
Went there for paraffin ,Lino, he sold everything you might want ,the smell was great all the products together ,Tommy and his son .
06.11 | 11:30
I was born and brought up on Saville Road. Our house plot was believed to have been on the site of Arnot Hill House stables and kennels as my Dad was always digging up bones in the back garden.
Sandra, we contacted Bonington House about the trophy you refer to but unfortunately have been unable to locate it, if you could provide more information, we may be able to look into it further. Lynne
03.11 | 15:32
28.10 | 19:31
Hi Sandra, we will look into this for you and post a reply on this site as soon as we have any information. Lynne
Hello TimA picture is now on gallery page requested pictures. The exhibition in Arnold library is about Front Street
25.10 | 13:16
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