WOOLWORTHS: Sorry to see the retailer go from the High Streets.

PUBLISHED: 10:15 08 January 2009 | UPDATED: 08:50 02 June 2010

I AM sorry to see Woolworths go, I remember in the early 1930s when there was nothing over six pence. I also knew someone who hauled bricks sand and gravel to build it. It was interested to see how March has come alive at Christmas. When I was there it wa

I AM sorry to see Woolworths go, I remember in the early 1930s when there was nothing over six pence. I also knew someone who hauled bricks sand and gravel to build it.

It was interested to see how March has come alive at Christmas. When I was there it was dead at Christmas, but time has changed. That is good.

Now, I live in sunny Miami Florida, but I'm still a Fen Man.

Keep up the news.

DON UPCHURCH


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