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Brookmans Park shops 1994
Chapter four - shops 75-97
Photographs by Norman Akers

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The following is chapter one of a pictorial record of the shops in Brookmans Park as they were in August 1994. All the names of proprietors are those who were responsible for the shops when the photographs were taken and not necessarily the current owners. Permission to reproduce the images online was given by the North Mymms Local History Society (NMLHS).

No.75 - The Delicatessen No.77 - Wing Wah Garden
No.75 - The Delicatessen
Proprietor since 1994, Mr D.Mason
No.77 - Wing Wah Garden
Proprietor since 1977, Mr Hau
No.79 - Century 21 No.81 - The Woolsack
No.79 - Century 21
Proprietor since 1991, Raine Estates
No.81 - The Woolsack
Proprietors since 1985, Mrs J.Turner
No.83/85 - Bairstow Eves No.87 - Swiss Dry Cleaners & Shoe Repairs
No.83/85 - Bairstow Eves
Proprietor since 1988 Bairstow Eves
No.87 - Swiss Dry Cleaners & Shoe Repairs
Proprietor since 1986, Mr T.Coogan
No.89 - Brookman Tandoori No.91 - Antica Living
No.89 - Brookman Tandoori
Proprietor since 1990, Mr S.Chowdhury
No.91 - Antica Living
Proprietor since 1993, Mrs J.Cain
No.93 - The Brookmans Park Dental Practice No.95 - Davisons Wine Merchants
No.93 - The Brookmans Park Dental Practice
Proprietor since 1993, Mr T.W.Chen
No.95 - Davisons Wine Merchants
Proprietor since 1969, Davisons
No.97 - Cutting It Fine Hobbs Homes
No.97 - Cutting It Fine
Proprietor since 1983, Mr S.Fine
Hobbs Homes
Proprietor since 1981, Mr N.Hobbs

April 2003


This collection of photographs was commissioned by the North Mymms Local History Society (NMLHS) and taken by local photographer Norman Akers.

The 50-page book of black and white photographs has been kept in the society's archives ever since and put on display at various meetings and events.

The North Mymms Local History Society (NMLHS), has given permission for the book to be reproduced on this site.

Any names of proprietors are those who were responsible for the shops when the photographs were taken and not necessarily the current owners.

This work is being presented in five chapters for ease of download. Chapter One - shops 1-15; Chapter Two - shops 17-41; Chapter Three - shops 42a-57; Chapter Four - shops 75-97; Chapter Five - general views of the village

All images have been heavily compressed to help download.


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