Three Photos of Inside of Knightswick Centre

Dated 1979/80

By Janet Penn

Three photos taken soon after the Knightswick Centre was opened. Some shops are still empty. At that time the Supermarket was Key Markets and they also had a café on the left as you entered from Furtherwick Road.

Can you remember some of the shops that were in the precinct in the early years? Please comment below.

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Echo Newspaper Group

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Echo Newspaper Group

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Echo Newspaper Group

This page was added by Janet Penn on 07/03/2017.
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In the Mid-eighties from the Furtherwick Rd. entrance on the right was:
Bata Shoes
H.W. Stone Sports, later M & J Sports
H.W. Stone electrical, later Bennett's electrical
Kingston's Butchers (as seen above)
A shop selling items for babies, later Joka's
Mackay's (clothes)
The unit which is now Costa was a shop selling musical instruments at one time and Bata shoes were also in there for a while.
On the left was:
Martin's (newsagents)
Key Markets cafe
Aladdin's Cave (clothes shop)
ABC Travel
Sound (record shop), later Goodies (sweet shop), then the jewellers
Quenby Photographic, later Julian Graves
Select (cards & gifts)

By Matt Watson
On 31/12/2017

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