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post Oct 14 2008, 12:44 PM
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Collinsons,the family shoe shop in Watergate Row.
Richard Jones,Department Store in Bridge Street.
Four Seasons,flower shop in the Precinct.
Hendersons,family furniture shop in St Michaels Row.
"The Number 20 Shop" Leather Fashion Shop,20 St Michaels Row.(Opposite Hendersons.)
Crains,old fashioned Chemist shop in Northgate St. (Music Shop now)
"Migrant Mouse" Record Shop,Northgate St.
Bollands,Cafe and cake shop in Eastgate St.
Newns,Men's Barbers,(Bernie and Syd) under the Eastgate Clock.
Cochranes Menswear,Bridge St Row.
Clays,Womens underwear and nightwear etc. St. Michaels Row.
John Smiths,bespoke tailor,St Michaels Row.
Josef Aplas,bespoke tailor,Frodsham St.

Many more that i can't remember,i'm sure Deva Chatters will be able to add a few more.


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Weinholts bakery - the best pasties ever - or savoury rolls I think they called them at one time.


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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 01:44 PM) *
Collinsons,the family shoe shop in Watergate Row.
Richard Jones,Department Store in Bridge Street.
Four Seasons,flower shop in the Precinct.
Hendersons,family furniture shop in St Michaels Row.
"The Number 20 Shop" Leather Fashion Shop,20 St Michaels Row.(Opposite Hendersons.)
Crains,old fashioned Chemist shop in Northgate St. (Music Shop now)
"Migrant Mouse" Record Shop,Northgate St.
Bollands,Cafe and cake shop in Eastgate St.
Newns,Men's Barbers,(Bernie and Syd) under the Eastgate Clock.
Cochranes Menswear,Bridge St Row.
Clays,Womens underwear and nightwear etc. St. Michaels Row.
John Smiths,bespoke tailor,St Michaels Row.
Josef Aplas,bespoke tailor,Frodsham St.

Many more that i can't remember,i'm sure Deva Chatters will be able to add a few more.

My (late) dad used to part own with his brothers James Riley (taylors) which used to be in Northgate St probably where Ladbrokes is by the Odeon and then moved down Watergate St.
Migrant Mouse brings back a few memories.
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QUOTE (McSeal @ Oct 14 2008, 02:16 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 01:44 PM) *
Collinsons,the family shoe shop in Watergate Row.
Richard Jones,Department Store in Bridge Street.
Four Seasons,flower shop in the Precinct.
Hendersons,family furniture shop in St Michaels Row.
"The Number 20 Shop" Leather Fashion Shop,20 St Michaels Row.(Opposite Hendersons.)
Crains,old fashioned Chemist shop in Northgate St. (Music Shop now)
"Migrant Mouse" Record Shop,Northgate St.
Bollands,Cafe and cake shop in Eastgate St.
Newns,Men's Barbers,(Bernie and Syd) under the Eastgate Clock.
Cochranes Menswear,Bridge St Row.
Clays,Womens underwear and nightwear etc. St. Michaels Row.
John Smiths,bespoke tailor,St Michaels Row.
Josef Aplas,bespoke tailor,Frodsham St.

Many more that i can't remember,i'm sure Deva Chatters will be able to add a few more.

My (late) dad used to part own with his brothers James Riley (taylors) which used to be in Northgate St probably where Ladbrokes is by the Odeon and then moved down Watergate St.
Migrant Mouse brings back a few memories.

Before my time i think, Ladbrokes had just opened when i opened my shop opposite at 96.They had the big fat fella out of Coronation St to open it,"Stan Ogden?"


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Owen Owens in Bridge Street
Burrells in Foregate Street
Cowleys Shoe shop in Watergate Street
Quaintways in Northgate Street


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QUOTE (Saltney Blueboy @ Oct 14 2008, 02:29 PM) *
Owen Owens in Bridge Street
Burrells in Foregate Street
Cowleys Shoe shop in Watergate Street
Quaintways in Northgate Street

Will R.Rose Photographers Bridge St. Row.


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Does anyone remember the Delamere Restaurant, now the Bombay Palace? My Gran/Uncle/Mum used to run it many years ago.

I used to buy my Chester shirts etc. from Burrells. Great store!


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Hacks sports shop.
Also remember very well the migrant mouse record shop. Spent many a happy hour and £ in there.


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QUOTE (Aussie Blue @ Oct 14 2008, 02:33 PM) *
Does anyone remember the Delamere Restaurant, now the Bombay Palace? My Gran/Uncle/Mum used to run it many years ago.

I used to buy my Chester shirts etc. from Burrells. Great store!

I certainly ate in the Delamere Restaurant before i would go down to the match! cityscarf.gif


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QUOTE (AndyHa @ Oct 14 2008, 02:41 PM) *
Hacks sports shop.
Also remember very well the migrant mouse record shop. Spent many a happy hour and £ in there.

Hacks! When i first started work at No.20. St Michaels Row in March of 1961,one of the first people i got to know was Ron at Hacks.(He was junior,like me,)when Mr Hack eventually retired,he gave the shop to Ron, i used to go in and see him on a regular basis until well into the 90's,untill high rent and rates forced them out.Went with him to see the Blues once,and we stood on the Kop,the days of Ray Gill and Ronnie Hughes.
Chas who had Migrant Mouse,and i became good friends,i would hate to think how much money i spent in his shop!
Also Hardmans,(Later Laskys) Hi-fi shop,roughly were McDonalds is now in the Town Hall Square,wouldn't like to know how much i spent in there either!


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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 01:44 PM) *
Collinsons,the family shoe shop in Watergate Row.
Richard Jones,Department Store in Bridge Street.
Four Seasons,flower shop in the Precinct.
Hendersons,family furniture shop in St Michaels Row.
"The Number 20 Shop" Leather Fashion Shop,20 St Michaels Row.(Opposite Hendersons.)
Crains,old fashioned Chemist shop in Northgate St. (Music Shop now)
"Migrant Mouse" Record Shop,Northgate St.
Bollands,Cafe and cake shop in Eastgate St.
Newns,Men's Barbers,(Bernie and Syd) under the Eastgate Clock.
Cochranes Menswear,Bridge St Row.
Clays,Womens underwear and nightwear etc. St. Michaels Row.
John Smiths,bespoke tailor,St Michaels Row.
Josef Aplas,bespoke tailor,Frodsham St.

Many more that i can't remember,i'm sure Deva Chatters will be able to add a few more.

One of my first memories was having a massive strop as a young child when I had to put my foot in those measuring machines at Collinsons. Mind you I was in trouble for that!

I was also stroppy about getting my hair cut at Newns as I didn't like the little booster chair I had to sit in.

I was a pretty stroppy kid in general though biggrin.gif

I have much happier memories of Hacks though and must of managed to spend hundreds of pounds of my parents money in there. I was a real regular there. NFBF was the "Ron" you mention a guy with a bald head, I seem to have some memories of always seeing him there.

Does the name Timothy Whites mean anything in relation to this thread. It seems to ring a bell as somewhere in the precinct but I may be wrong!


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Also Toy and hobby in northgate st and the indie clothes/record shop where thr roman experience is now situated off upper bridge st. Cant remember its name though.


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The old Co-Op which seemed massive. From the corner of Love street and Forgate Street up to past wetherspoons. I remember taking in filled gummed sheets with my mum to get the "divvy". There was also a music shop somewhere around there where I bought my first stereo music "system" rolleyes.gif


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Remember Fred Cowleys the show shop well, used to be fitted for my school shoes there when a nipper. Also remember Reg Rowlands florists (obvious Chester connection), Ikey Barlows convenience store in Boughton, C&A and yes Burrells got my first every pair of Puma Match from there.


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QUOTE (IAN @ Oct 14 2008, 03:26 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 01:44 PM) *
Collinsons,the family shoe shop in Watergate Row.
Richard Jones,Department Store in Bridge Street.
Four Seasons,flower shop in the Precinct.
Hendersons,family furniture shop in St Michaels Row.
"The Number 20 Shop" Leather Fashion Shop,20 St Michaels Row.(Opposite Hendersons.)
Crains,old fashioned Chemist shop in Northgate St. (Music Shop now)
"Migrant Mouse" Record Shop,Northgate St.
Bollands,Cafe and cake shop in Eastgate St.
Newns,Men's Barbers,(Bernie and Syd) under the Eastgate Clock.
Cochranes Menswear,Bridge St Row.
Clays,Womens underwear and nightwear etc. St. Michaels Row.
John Smiths,bespoke tailor,St Michaels Row.
Josef Aplas,bespoke tailor,Frodsham St.

Many more that i can't remember,i'm sure Deva Chatters will be able to add a few more.

One of my first memories was having a massive strop as a young child when I had to put my foot in those measuring machines at Collinsons. Mind you I was in trouble for that!

I was also stroppy about getting my hair cut at Newns as I didn't like the little booster chair I had to sit in.

I was a pretty stroppy kid in general though biggrin.gif

I have much happier memories of Hacks though and must of managed to spend hundreds of pounds of my parents money in there. I was a real regular there. NFBF was the "Ron" you mention a guy with a bald head, I seem to have some memories of always seeing him there.

Does the name Timothy Whites mean anything in relation to this thread. It seems to ring a bell as somewhere in the precinct but I may be wrong!

No Ron had black hair,i remember the "Baldy" man but can't think of his name.Yes,Timothy Whites was in the precinct,roughly were the card shop is now.
Anybody remember Chris Courtenay Williams,96 Northgate St,there from 1976-96,wonder whatever happened to him? Big blues fan if i remember.


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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 05:01 PM) *
QUOTE (IAN @ Oct 14 2008, 03:26 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 01:44 PM) *
Collinsons,the family shoe shop in Watergate Row.
Richard Jones,Department Store in Bridge Street.
Four Seasons,flower shop in the Precinct.
Hendersons,family furniture shop in St Michaels Row.
"The Number 20 Shop" Leather Fashion Shop,20 St Michaels Row.(Opposite Hendersons.)
Crains,old fashioned Chemist shop in Northgate St. (Music Shop now)
"Migrant Mouse" Record Shop,Northgate St.
Bollands,Cafe and cake shop in Eastgate St.
Newns,Men's Barbers,(Bernie and Syd) under the Eastgate Clock.
Cochranes Menswear,Bridge St Row.
Clays,Womens underwear and nightwear etc. St. Michaels Row.
John Smiths,bespoke tailor,St Michaels Row.
Josef Aplas,bespoke tailor,Frodsham St.

Many more that i can't remember,i'm sure Deva Chatters will be able to add a few more.

One of my first memories was having a massive strop as a young child when I had to put my foot in those measuring machines at Collinsons. Mind you I was in trouble for that!

I was also stroppy about getting my hair cut at Newns as I didn't like the little booster chair I had to sit in.

I was a pretty stroppy kid in general though biggrin.gif

I have much happier memories of Hacks though and must of managed to spend hundreds of pounds of my parents money in there. I was a real regular there. NFBF was the "Ron" you mention a guy with a bald head, I seem to have some memories of always seeing him there.

Does the name Timothy Whites mean anything in relation to this thread. It seems to ring a bell as somewhere in the precinct but I may be wrong!

No Ron had black hair,i remember the "Baldy" man but can't think of his name.Yes,Timothy Whites was in the precinct,roughly were the card shop is now.
Anybody remember Chris Courtenay Williams,96 Northgate St,there from 1976-96,wonder whatever happened to him? Big blues fan if i remember.



Am I right in saying you used to have a prominent advertising hoarding at Sealand Road?


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QUOTE (The Beautiful Game @ Oct 14 2008, 05:06 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 05:01 PM) *
QUOTE (IAN @ Oct 14 2008, 03:26 PM) *
QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 01:44 PM) *
Collinsons,the family shoe shop in Watergate Row.
Richard Jones,Department Store in Bridge Street.
Four Seasons,flower shop in the Precinct.
Hendersons,family furniture shop in St Michaels Row.
"The Number 20 Shop" Leather Fashion Shop,20 St Michaels Row.(Opposite Hendersons.)
Crains,old fashioned Chemist shop in Northgate St. (Music Shop now)
"Migrant Mouse" Record Shop,Northgate St.
Bollands,Cafe and cake shop in Eastgate St.
Newns,Men's Barbers,(Bernie and Syd) under the Eastgate Clock.
Cochranes Menswear,Bridge St Row.
Clays,Womens underwear and nightwear etc. St. Michaels Row.
John Smiths,bespoke tailor,St Michaels Row.
Josef Aplas,bespoke tailor,Frodsham St.

Many more that i can't remember,i'm sure Deva Chatters will be able to add a few more.

One of my first memories was having a massive strop as a young child when I had to put my foot in those measuring machines at Collinsons. Mind you I was in trouble for that!

I was also stroppy about getting my hair cut at Newns as I didn't like the little booster chair I had to sit in.

I was a pretty stroppy kid in general though biggrin.gif

I have much happier memories of Hacks though and must of managed to spend hundreds of pounds of my parents money in there. I was a real regular there. NFBF was the "Ron" you mention a guy with a bald head, I seem to have some memories of always seeing him there.

Does the name Timothy Whites mean anything in relation to this thread. It seems to ring a bell as somewhere in the precinct but I may be wrong!

No Ron had black hair,i remember the "Baldy" man but can't think of his name.Yes,Timothy Whites was in the precinct,roughly were the card shop is now.
Anybody remember Chris Courtenay Williams,96 Northgate St,there from 1976-96,wonder whatever happened to him? Big blues fan if i remember.



Am I right in saying you used to have a prominent advertising hoarding at Sealand Road?

Certainly did, behind the goal in blue and white,it actually appeared on TV once,i think it was one of the Sheffield clubs in the FA Cup,Kelly scored in that end,and you were able to see my sign.It was later moved onto the wall of the "Popular side" and the last time i saw it,was, when a Chester fan sent me a photograph of it broken and lying in the long grass,before the ground was pulled down.Luckily enough i have got a colour picture of it somewhere when it was put up.I was very proud of being able to do quite a lot of sponsoring for my hometown and favourite football team in those days,couldn't afford it now!


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My brother used to run "record fare" above millets,i used to help on a saturday,oh happy days
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My brother used to run "record fare" above millets,i used to help on a saturday,oh happy days

Wow,i had almost forgotten that!


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QUOTE (AndyHa @ Oct 14 2008, 04:01 PM) *
The old Co-Op which seemed massive. From the corner of Love street and Forgate Street up to past wetherspoons. I remember taking in filled gummed sheets with my mum to get the "divvy". There was also a music shop somewhere around there where I bought my first stereo music "system" rolleyes.gif


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QUOTE (Neil Fishers Biggest Fan @ Oct 14 2008, 09:08 PM) *
QUOTE (hazzer @ Oct 14 2008, 07:38 PM) *
My brother used to run "record fare" above millets,i used to help on a saturday,oh happy days

Wow,i had almost forgotten that!

mentioned it in the cafe post last week..£3.99 a album..Last one i bought before it shut was Ozzy-Bark at the moon.... the same day when the Earth quake hit 5.5 in Chester


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Dave house had a record shop at the back of chester market but I cant remember the name of it.
The Tabacco shop on Eastgate st my favorite shop in chester ever it was like stepping back in time going in there as a kid.


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Dave house had a record shop at the back of chester market but I cant remember the name of it.
The Tabacco shop on Eastgate st my favorite shop in chester ever it was like stepping back in time going in there as a kid.

I know David well,he's working in the hospital in Ellesmere Port i think,it's a while since i've seen him.
Remember him once collecting EVERY single record that had been a Top Thirty hit in the 60's!
He was trying to collect all the Eurovision hits last time i saw him,'cos i have got one here for him. biggrin.gif


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My dad used to drag me down to Trevors the Barbers in Garden Lane when I was a kid. That bloke only knew one style and that was basin. crying.gif


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Also Toy and hobby in northgate st and the indie clothes/record shop where thr roman experience is now situated off upper bridge st. Cant remember its name though.

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