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    Default Does anyone remember a Bakery on Byrom Street?

    I was wondering if anyone remembered any Bakery shops on Byrom Street possibly near to Great Crossall street. My Grandfather used to manage one there in the area but I have very little information about it/him. He would have probably been there in the 1940s and 50s. Many thanks.


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    There was Sykes which became Scotts which was on the corner of Byrom Street and Addison Street under Fontenoy Gardens.

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    Thanks Ged, so many pictures. Is there a photo that you can pinpoint where the shop was? I do believe it became Scotts.

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