fruiterer


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fruiterer

Chiefly Brit a fruit dealer or seller
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The fruiterer from Callander got his chance yesterday after shelling out pounds 800 to Cash for Kids for the privilege of sitting beside our man Mark Guidi at Tynecastle.
The fruiterer gave Les his own stall where he earned 10 shillings a day - a lot of money for a 10-year-old in those desperate times - even though he worked from 6.
I have memories of Tommy Kidd's horse and cart (General Carter), Raymond Easton Fruiterer and the 'United' bus canteen, the Farmers' Arms, together with interesting little independent businesses along Percy Street - remember Milburn's rollmop herrings and John Steel from The Animals with his 'boutique'?
Fruiterer Bridget O'Connell, who only recently took over the cafe business opposite her shop in Union Street, Wednesbury, said she had high hopes of winning the competition for the West Midlands' Supreme Sausage Sarnie.
It should also be noted that in the 1958 Middlesbrough Census there were more than 60 businesses in Cannon Street - these ranged from bakers, fruiterer, builder, haulage, cafe, general store and butcher.
This week Bishop Auckland will again pay homage to Bob Hardisty, the Chester-le-Street-born son of a fruiterer.
Terence Patterson, 60, fruiterer, High Heaton: I think somebody needs to take responsibility for the club quickly.
The Fruiterer on Dovecot Street opened by Darren Gosling, sells a wide range of fresh fruit and vegetables.
To this end he has written letters of complaint to his local fruiterer who sells pounds of banana's, the public library which had a sign saying CD's on their door and to Tesco for offering 1000's of reduced products.
Terrence Patterson, 60, fruiterer, High Heaton: I think the internet is wonderful but rules need to be tightened.
Overall winner: Gerald and Jeanette Thomas, of Young's Fruiterer and Greengrocer in Chestnut Road, Fairwater, Cardiff.
It reads: "Richard Eaves of Sarehole in the Parish of Yardley in the County of Worcester, grants to Richard Horsman the Elder of Campden in the County of Gloucester, fruiterer for pounds 800 all that Water Corn Mill with the Appurtenances called by the Name of Biddles Mill otherwise the little Mill which said Mill .