The photo id for this photograph is 740, in the Whaley Bridge A-K album.

Edwin Wild, Butcher

Photograph added 14th November 2013

Comments

Comment 1

Left by Alan Boothby on the 4th September 2015

Is this on Beech Road. A.B


Comment 2

Left by R. S-S on the 11th September 2015

You are correct as usual, Alan,

The slaughter house was approached from the side of the shop and when Wild's went to the new shop on Old Road access to the slaughter house was via Old Road.

The building has had many uses since but my favourite was the off licence.
Brian Cotterill extended it up and made it into a house.

Now you are talking builders; there were so many excellent masons in this area. Wilf Lockett was another.

R. S-S


Comment 3

Left by Alan Boothby on the 11th September 2015

You are right there R.S-S. Brian Cottrell served his time alongside me with E.A.Boothby. A.B.

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