At The Beginning Of The 20th Century John Taylor, A Yorkshire Apprentice Grocer, Was Out Of Work Half A Pound Of Butter And His Wife S Delicious Jams Were The Beginnings Of His Village Shop The Center Of The Community, The Village Shop Was Far Than A Supplier Of Essential Stores The Friendliness And Warmth That Existed Meant Customers Were Cheered Up With Gossip And A Bag Of Broken Buns If They Were Feeling Down, And Given A Sympathetic Ear If They Needed To Put Their Purchases On The Bill Collected Here, Are Some Of The Many Memories Of A Life, Which Revolved Around The Village Shop.
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- 192 pages
- Half a Pound of Tuppenny Rice: Life in a Yorkshire Village Shop (Ulverscroft Nonfiction)
- Hazel Wheeler
- 14 August 2017 Hazel Wheeler