Old Ledbury High Street

High Street

High Street

Names sourced from Tilleys Ledbury Almanack 1958
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Subsequent changes can be included if you wish to drop us an email with the details
All Newspaper Cuttings have been taken from old Ledbury Reporter newspapers, photos are credited to the owners

East Side
Ledbury Town Hall and Market House
1 Burtons Limited - grocers - manager J Allen
2 Barnett and Sons - bakers
3 Preece E W - stationer etc
Congregational Chapel
5 Walters J T and Co - draper
6 Turner A and W - tobacconists
7 No 7 L Stanley-Smith
8 Wildman H W - ironmonger
9 Spencer F H - draper
10 Wilks - grocery store - manager A G Attwood
11 Hooper W G and Sons - electrical engineers
11a Devereux J H - greengrocer
12 Churchill H B - butcher
13 Milwards - boot warehouse - manager P D Chapman
14 Boots Ltd - chemists - manager P Simm
15 Eastmans Ltd - butchers - manager H S Cupples
16 - 17 L Tilley and Son Ltd - printers stationers bookmen etc
Sherwoods Tea Rooms
18 Sherwoods - drapers
19 Taylor F W and Son - grocers etc
19a Parkers hairdressing salon
20 W J Lacy Ltd - radio engineers
West Side
21 John Hill ( Hops ) Ltd - iron mongers
Date? Hobbs
23 Oakes and Son - tailors
Lloyds Bank Limited - manager C J Thomas
Feathers Hotel
26 Crossley L W - fishmonger
27 Thacker H - tailor
St Katherines Chapel
Ministry of National Insurance
Employment Exchange
County Courts Office
War Memorial
St Katherines Hospital
1 Lloyd G
2 Preece Mrs
3 Lawrence Miss
4 Richer Mrs
5 Lafford Mrs
6 Wheatley Miss
7 Jenkins Mrs
8 Newton Mrs
9 Brown Mrs
10 Haines Miss
11 Jones Miss
12 Jones Mrs
13 Chadd Miss
14 Smith Miss
15 Sansom Miss
16 Gardiner J J
17 Hodges Mrs
18 Carpenter Mrs
19 Causier Mrs
20 Kelly Miss
21 Mangham Mrs
22 Mason O
23 Shakesheff W
24 Worrall T

Ledbury Reporter

[Ledbury Reporter] The Reporter now has Archive photographs for the years 2005 - 2009 which you can view and order. Select a year then make sure Ledbury is the keyword entered before pressing GO. I have spent many an hour in the Ledbury Library looking through the old Reporters which are on microfiche. Support this great local paper.