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  • David Hyam on Contact usFound this very interesting as Bill Hyam is my father. I can remember going to the shoe repair shop as...
  • Garry Monger on No. 2-3 High StreetMantegani appears to be a snco in the Rifle Volunteers, according to this newspaper report about a shooting trophy. The...
  • G Minger on No. 21 High StreetBrett (Furnishing & Agricultural Ironmonger) disposes of the business to Alfred Addison Loose by January 1874. Both advertise this change...
  • G Monger on No. 25 High StreetAn advert in 1862 describes Joseph Louth as a Wholesale and Retail agent for Allsopp's Burton Ales and London and...
  • G Monger on New Book – “Lost Images of Wisbech” on sale from 19th June 2021This book contains images of interest to those interested in the history of the town. There is no text except...
  • Paul McGregor on Live Recordings of Conservation Skills Talks now available on our YouTube ChannelThis is splendid, and especially for me as I am a stained glass worker and also a recently appointed Director...
  • Taleyna Fletcher on Bridge Street Wine VaultsHi James, Many thanks for your email and pointing out the error on the post. We only have a photographic...
  • James E Sheen on Bridge Street Wine Vaultshi there I think you may need to check your settings for the VR mapping, as the "full screen" option...
  • Garry Monger on No. 26-27 High StreetThese printers produced the posters and bills of the day for the Georgian theatre. Some of their print products are...
  • Garry Monger on No. 26-27 High StreetPRINTING OFFICE, CIRCULATING LIBRARY, AND PATENT MEDICINE WAREHOUSE, HIGH STREET, WISBECH. HENRY LEACH, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, TAKES the present opportunity...
  • Garry Monger on No. 20 High StreetDREADFUL TRAGEDY. On Saturday, the 31st ult., an inquest was taken at the late dwelling house of Mr. John Bailey,...
  • Garry Monger on No. 5-6 High StreetLYNN MART. London Wholesale Boot & Shoe DEPOT, 36, HIGH STREET, LYNN, AND 6, HIGH STREET, WISBECH. D. DE PASS...
  • Garry Monger on No. 13-17 High StreetSpecial notice To those about to marry! WEDDING CAKES OF SUPERLATIVE EXCELLENCE, CAN BE OBTAINED AT HARRY HOCKNEY's old established...
  • Garry Monger on No. 13-17 High StreetWISBECH BAKER’S AFFAIRS. The first meeting was held on Wednesday of the creditors of Ernest Elsom. of 13. 14, 15....
  • Garry Monger on No. 9-10 High StreetAn informative advert. Lynn Advertiser - Saturday 03 June 1893 WISBECH, CAMBS. ESTABLISHED BUSINESS PREMISES TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION....
  • Garry Monger on No. 7-8 High StreetThis advert may fill in some gaps. WISBECH, CAMBS. ESTABLISHED BUSINESS PREMISES TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY MR THOMAS...
  • Garry Monger on No. 25 High StreetTo GROCERS' ASSISTANTS, A Young Man of good character and thorough business habits, may obtain Situation by applying personally to...
  • Garry Monger on No. 18 High StreetAn advert for NEW HUDSON BICYCLES in THE Peterborough Standard - Saturday 10 March 1906 is by Tom Woodman of...
  • G Monger on No. 13-17 High StreetI don't imagine many High Street properties have had royal visitors. Ref. PS p7. 20 April 1928. Thursday 19th 1928...
  • G Monger on No. 1 High StreetW. BOOR, Chemist and Druggist, 1, High-st., Wisbech, has Vacancy for well-educated Youth as Apprentice. Stamford Mercury - Friday 16...
  • Trevor Gilbert on No. 11 High StreetVery interesting seeing items found and reading a bit of history of the individual building. Look forward to more posts...
  • G Monger on No. 19 High StreetNo 19 High St and the dwelling house no 1 Castle Square, both in the possession of Mrs Springfield are...
  • Garry Monger on No. 25 High StreetA notice to auction the High Street business premises of Thomas Waddington and Joseph Louth, centre of the High Street...
  • Garry Monger on Updated Plans for No 24 High St – “The Gap”In the current financial climate, moving on to a long term solution appears to be a better option. I imagine...
  • Diane Smith on Updated Plans for No 24 High St – “The Gap”This sounds excellent. It will be a practical and good looking solution.