‘Chum’ Ash, Blagdon


4 Responses to “‘Chum’ Ash, Blagdon”

  1. 1 David Symes September 15, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    Chum on the footpath leading past the Cricket Club watching a cricket
    match in progress at The Bartons? Something that he did from time to time

  2. 3 Eirwen Miles December 13, 2017 at 7:16 pm

    Yes Chummy’s cobblers was where Andrew Addicot shop was , Chummy mended are shoes that was Mrs Phylis Winter ,Byron’s mum, and his sister Eirwen

  3. 4 Robert Sampson December 15, 2017 at 10:54 am

    Does anyone remember butcher Ball? My Dad, Albert Sampson cleaned up butcher Mendip Ball’s slaughterhouse when he was a lad. The Sampsons lived in Sammy’s newsagents shop above Gordon Lyons” garage and petrol station. Butcher Ball was generous and paid my Dad with meat, a great help to a family of 11 children. My Dad named me Mendip after butcher Ball.

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