yes howard,it was the candle shop.both shops there had major work done to them.
that's what i don't understand brian, all that work usually means a sign goes up advertising the lease and who to contact.
the computer shop,david has still the option of moving back in if he wants to.besides rent is cheaper in the smaller shop than the one he rents now.
can't see that happening brian, dave has expanded his business and seems to be doing well.
i remember when he was in the smaller shop, only 2 customers could squeeze in at a time.
But Dave has lost so much weight he could squeeze a few more in now.
I'm an optimist. But I'm an optimist who takes my raincoat - Harold Wilson
i was referring to the space between the counter and the door, if a customer tried to enter when another was inside it was a very tight sqeeze.
something seems to happening in this shop.
yes howard,its now open to the public.
what are they actually selling brian, i didn't have time to take a proper look?
mobile phone stuff howard,if vanity takes your fancy.
We have been open since monday morning.
We are still moving some bits from our old shop but we are open for business.
Next week our sign is going up, im sure someone will take a picture when we do lol.
We repair mobile phones and tablets. We have moved from cannon st too a bigger shop opposite costa/HSBC.
We have been going for nearly 6 years now.
If you need any help with your phone or tablet just pop in for a chat. We fixed Colette's blackberry a month or two ago.
One of the best if not the best spot in Dover in the 1950s I would stand outside selling newspapers.
There was 3 of us,there was old Harry. And Reg who had a old bike he ended up marring a very Rich lady and myself, Saturday was the big day with all the football on the back page then the half-time results would be added on and then the full-time results.I got about 2 bob in todays money that is 10pence per day so at the end of the week I got around ten bob (50p) sometimes more but not much, or less.
......with Harry on the other side of the road Vic?
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
Yes he was Terry we would take turns on which side to be on.Good old times they were.
up and running and looking good in a prime location .
Very impressive and good news