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JOINER STREET

Postby kiwi » Wed Sep 06, 2017 3:14 am

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Joiner Street,London Bridge,c1930s.
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Re: JOINER STREET

Postby kiwi » Wed Sep 06, 2017 3:24 am

Hayward Wines.
Following on from their father, brothers Albert and Edwin Hayward had already been working in the trade for a number of years when in 1932 they decided to open their own wine shipping company. The offices and cellars were initially beside Cannon Street station.
In 1941 following the death of his brother and the complete blitz of the original offices in Cannon Street, Albert Hayward, not one to give up easily, relocated the company to Joiner Street near London Bridge Railway Station.
A move to cellars around London Bridge station followed and subsequently in the 1970s due to the re-development of the station, Hayward Bros moved a short distance to Willow Walk .
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Hayward Wine Joiner Street
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Hayward Wine.Joiner Street

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Re: JOINER STREET

Postby kiwi » Wed Sep 06, 2017 3:28 am

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