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Sunday, 20 October 2019 08:01

I recall as a child (1960's) a fish and chip shop near the gas works, ? Broadmead Road. Lovely fish and chips wrapped in newspaper which we'd eat by the toll road. Can anyone confirm the fish and chip shop location please?

Christine - Site owner Sunday, 20 October 2019 08:06
George Loulli had a fish & chip shop at 5 Broadmead Road in the 60ís. Not sure about the Toll Road though. The only toll road in operation that I remember from my childhood was Lower Sandgate Road, and I am not sure, but I think they had done away with the tolls by the 60ís. There used to be a toll house on Canterbury Road, up on the hill, but that was gone years before that.

ken white Sunday, 20 October 2019 08:42
yes it was georges fish and chips we used to get them on the way home from movies .just under the railway arch.
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