East Side

  • The Sari Project was Thomas King, corn chandlers?
  • Harvey & Wheeler Estate Agents was Edward Bromley, boot makers
  • Roger Pope Opticians was Walter Bartley fruiterers
  • The Art Stationers & Village Top Shop was William Symcox stationers
  • vacant shop was Misses Avice and Emily Fathers drapers
  • Scobies Dry Cleaners was Charles Pickup Cycle Maker
  • Deli D’Village was Rumsey Chemists
  • Kinleigh Estate Agent was Carter & Co bakers
  • Biff Childrens wear was Mrs Carter (trade unknown)
  • Jigsaw women’s fashion was Alleyn Tobacco & Confectionery stores and public call office of National Telephone Co.
  • Fired Earth Tiles was Charles Core Builder, contractor and decorative painter
  • Rumsey Chemist was Richard Evans canine doctor
  • Harold George hairdressing/Au Ciel café /Aqua fashion/ Knight Frank Estate Agent/Village Books were built in 1920’s on the site of Richard Evans’ blacksmith shop.
  • Crown & Greyhound was still the Crown & Greyhound
  • Rocca Italian restaurant occupies the former site of two shops - Harry Ames provision dealer and Wraight Dumbrill & Co dairy farmers
  • Dulwich Vintners was W E Dean baker, confectioner and Post Office
  • Tomlinson’s fashion and gifts was Henry Shinkfield general ironmongers
  • Gail’s bakers and café was Price’s Stores and public call office National Telephone Co.
  • Barclays Bank (closing October 2018) was London & South Western Bank
  • Pedder Estate agent was Arthur Bartlett Bookseller & registrar of births, deaths and marriages for Dulwich. Adjoining was Tyne Main Coal Co.

West Side

  • Lesley Leale Green women’s beauty salon was Frederick Flashman saddler
  • Private house was Frederick Seager laundry
  • Porters men’s hairdressers was Robert Wright boot maker
  • Romeo Jones was Miss Nye tobacconist
  • Bartley florists was London, Gloucester & Northants Dairy Co.
  • Jane Newberrry was Samuel Adams butcher
  • The Fat Sow butcher was Mrs Rayson confectioner
  • Vacant shop on site of WJ Mitchell & Co builders yard
  • Pizza Express restaurant was Edward Kingston butcher and public call office National telephone Co.
  • The Real Greek restaurant was Richard Dicketts tobacconist

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