Town Hall Keeper's house, High Street, Uttoxeter

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Date:1960 - 1970 (c.)

Description:This small timber-framed building used to stand next to the Town Hall. The building was originally a cheese store, but was used for many years as the Town Hall Keeper's house. This picture was taken just before the building was demolished, along with the Royal Oak next door. They were replaced by a 'Cost-Cutter' store, which has since become Wilkinsons.


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Joseph Wilmott, Town Hall, High Street, Uttoxeter
Joseph Wilmott, Town Hall, High Street, Uttoxeter

Joseph Wilmott (Joey) was the Town Hall keeper in the early 1900s. He is seen here, ...

Uttoxeter Y.M.I. Carnival
Uttoxeter Y.M.I. Carnival

Group photograph of the Y.M.I. in fancy dress inside the Town Hall. Mr Paul Wilson ...

Byatt & Son, 33 High Street, Uttoxeter
Byatt & Son, 33 High Street, Uttoxeter

Byatt & Son, a grocers, was situated near to the Smithfield Corner. The business ...

High Street,  West Side, Uttoxeter
High Street, West Side, Uttoxeter

View of shops and businesses including Dulcie Radfords, A Touch of Class, Stevensons ...

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Creators: Mr Alfred McCann - Creator

Donor ref:Bui/High St/Mar'92 (1/46)

Source: Uttoxeter Heritage Centre

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