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Gerald Wilson’s ironmongers shop at No.84 High Street is perhaps the only example in the town of a retail business that has consistently grown and developed since it moved into Olney High Street in the 1970s. Although it has a modest frontage in terms of width, inside the visitor is reminded of Dr Who’s ‘Tardis’, as the retail area extends progressively rearwards through a series of sales areas filled with all manner of household goods.
In earlier days (c.1930s – 1970s) the shop was a licensed grocery business owned by the Abrams and then the Riddy families.
Walk about another 100 metres further down the street to No. 100 High Street.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Olney High Street - Heritage Trail (Version 1)