I SEEM TO REMEMBER A SMALL GENERAL GROCER RIGHT ON THE CORNER OF HAWKE STREET AND BROWNLOW HILL OR AT LEAST VERY CLOSE TO THE CORNER. YOU HAD TO GO DOWN SOME STEPS TO ENTER THE SHOP.
On Brownlow Hill, near the Reeces Factory were shops.
I remember a sweet shop and opposite was a chippy, catering for the needs of the school kids in the 70's.
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I think so Ged, used to be a sweet shop there, frozen Jublee's in the summer of 76... memories are made of this, Cheers.
there is a film about the first cctv cameras in brownlow hill in the sixties, its on the british pathe news site, and it shows the reeces building
if you go to( britsh pathe news) and type in ( liverpool tv foils car thieves ) the film shows the reeces building
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there is a film on( british pathe news) if you type in( liverpool tv foils car thieves) you get a quick glimps of the building
Was there a Jewish Bakery on Brownlow Hill, I remember a relative sending out for bagels and not knowing what they were.