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Seabrook - Greengrocery

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The shop in 1993
Originally built in the mid 1920s for Yarde & Co, florists.

The Quick Turnover run by the Fett family established a fruit and vegetable shop in the premises.

Peter Fett, grandson of the founder renamed the buisness as M Jones & Co.

When he retired David Seabrook and his wife took over.

The shop in 1993

The shop at 103 High Street

2007
103 High Street in 2007
David and his wife Lesley with a fine display of fruit and vegetables

The shop at 103 High Street, formerly Mr Fett's "Quick Turnover", later his son traded here as M Jones & Son Ltd. When Mr Fett junior retired in 1983, David Seabrook took over the business and ran it with his wife. David's parents B J & E Seabrook kept a nursery in Hayway where they grew fruit and vegetables and flowers. David retired in 2008 and the shop closed.

The shop in 2008 All closed up!
The shop with displays set outside
and all closed up for the night.

as Sassy Belle painted shutters
Sassy Belle - taken in 2019 after a Fire at the Feathers Inn -
with shutters painted for the OVO cycle tour (formerly Quick Turnover)

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