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S. M. Wilcox's Chemist Shop

The chemist shop of S. M. Wilcox. When the Enfield Highway Co-operative Society came to Waltham Abbey in 1897, this was their first grocery shop. Later it became Marshall's Chemist, then Wilcox. Today (2008) it is Greggs Bakers Shop. This picture c1985.
  Year: 1985 Upload Date: 7th December 2008
Ref No: RSC.1985.331 Location: 14 Sun Street
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Comment by Gareth Wilcox • 02-02-18 • 05.42 PM
I am the eldest son of Mervyn Wilcox and remember happy days 'helping' in the shop when i was young.
Comment by Pamela Page • 17-09-15 • 10.37 AM
Worked here early sixties, very happy times and great memories.
Comment by Graham Jones • 01-08-14 • 08.42 PM
I fondly remember S M Wilcox as one of my calls whilst a sales rep for a number of years. The downside was the smell from next door which was a slaughterhouse - happy days !!!
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