Trade Directory for Tytherington 1950-60
TYTHERINGTON 1950 - 1960
CHAIRMAN OF THE PARISH COUNCIL - Mr. E.A. Gregory.
VICARS - Rev. Edwin Waddleton 1949 - 1954
SECRETARY TO THE BAPTIST CHURCH - Mr. A.J. Humphries
HEADMASTER/MISTRESS - Mr.R.A. Leakey 1941 - 1952
YOUTH CLUB LEADERS - Mr. R.A. Leakey
COAL MERCHANT - Mr. A.Skuse ( Baden Hill )
LANDLORD OF THE SWAN INN - Mr. W. Stainer.
BACON CURERS - Mr. A. Boyt and Mr. M. Boyt.
CIDER MILL AND PETROL PUMP - Mr. A. Curtis.
CARPENTER - Mr. E. Jobbins.
ROAD HAULIERS - Mr. R. Brock and Mr. C. Brock.
MIDLAND NURSERIES - Mr. M. Heaven
PARAFIN DEALER - Mr. J. Woodward
FARMERS AND SMALLHOLDERS Barmer's Land - Mr. R. Mr. C., and Mr.
W. Hetherington ; The Larches - Mr. F. Clutterbuck ; Tower Hill Farm -
Mr.W. Mathews ; Yew Tree Farm - Mr. A. Clements ; Brook Farm - Mr. R.
Williams ; West St. Farm - Mr. W. Kingston then Mr. I Grey ; Bishop's_
Farm.- Mr. D.and Mr. L. Skuse ; Mill Farm - Mr L. Pearce and Mr. D.
Mr. Norman Rowbotham, director of B.A.C. lived at the Grange until 1953.
James Bryan of Cathedral Motors, College Green, Bristol bought it in
1953 but did not move in until 1959.
Ernest Partridge, chairman of the Imperial Tobacco Company lived at the Manor until the late 50's when Francis Hill bought it.
Mr A.D. Gibbon, chairman of Southmead Lime Company lived at Boyts