Niton shopping almost a century ago

It is remarkable just how well small villages like Niton were provided with shops over the inter-war years with an antiques and furniture shop, a hardware shop, two grocers (Baverstock’s and Noriss’s), a post office, a haberdashery, a cobbler, two bakers, a butcher (Frederick Green and his delivery boy Ken Wright) and a chemist which operated a small lending library along with their potions and pills. Additionally, milk came round on a horse-drawn float, the enterprise of George and Gwen Jackson.

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