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Fruit seller at Pease Pottage
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Fruit seller at Pease Pottage

This photograph of an old lady selling fruit from a temporary stand was found in an old family album stuck adjacent to the two previous photographs of the Grapes in Pease Pottage. There are no further details but it seems quite likely that she is selling her wares in Pease Pottage to the busloads of day-trippers on their way back to London.
I wonder if the young girl with the ball or balloon attached to a stick is her granddaughter.
Picture added on 18 September 2014 at 14:34
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