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Tulley's Stores, Handcross
The Slaugham Archive
Tulley's Stores, Handcross

Fifth from the left, is the young Harold Tulley, looking very smart. Within a few years he commenced to work in the shop and, as a young lad in the 1940s, I was always fascinated by the shape of the top of his ear which held his pencil. When he removed the pencil his ear still retained the tube-like shape. The lady in the doorway is Mrs Lavina Shearlock who ran The Fountain. Next to her is Mr E. G. Sadler, followed by Mr David Tulley (Harold’s father), and, lastly, Mr Tulley, Snr (Harold’s grandfather).
Picture added on 30 January 2012 at 18:08
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