Paul Cullen… Didn’t there used to be a letting agency above there?
Mark Rodrigues… Paul, to the left! I remember seeing the ads in the window. I think you’re right though, it was upstairs.
David Hazleton… an ever such a nice chap used to own/run the shop when i joined the railway in the 1980’s i seem to remember things didn’t go well for him i think he wore a flat cap and always had time for everyone, i was sorry for what happened
Mick Boss… 5 Park Drive and evening Argos please
Shaun Pont… I believe that it was raided by the Obscene Publications Squad in the 70’s.
Patricia Sheridan… Remember this shop used to get sweets and cigarettes from there
Mark Rodrigues…I used to go in there regularly too and would spend time speaking to him and a teacher who used to teach me at St Richards, Mrs Price. Doesn’t reflect what the building looked like, though I wanted to tip my hat to,it as I imagined it was this shop with him as the man in the paper shop in my song, which I later did drawings for…
Bernard Morphew… I worked for the Evening Argus in 1969-72 and went into Huffey’s sometimes twice a day
Ju-ju Davies… I remember the little stair case and going up there with my sister to a letting agency
Jan Warren… Used to go in there a lot when I lived in Middle Street in the early 70s!
Graham Mccallion… I remember those days!
Alan Esdaile… anyone remember, there used to be shops on the left hand side, as you walked to the station?
Bernard Morphew… On the right used to be the Evening News with the Evening Standard at the top of Middle Street.
Steve Thorpe… Dear old Ray Huffey!
Antony ‘Nan’ Morland… A later photo.
photo © Anthony ‘Nan’ Morland