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23/02/2020

A1 Mobile Fish & Chip Van

The A1 Mobile Fish & Chip van would call at Glebe Meadow every Saturday morning. It would first stop at the top outside No 17 and 18 and then move down to its second stop outside No12. When he was ready to serve he would ring a hand bell. Both the vans look familiar and though I thought the green one was how I remembered it I really remember the chimney on the black and white photo. My memory is from the early 1960's.

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