Banstead Village

Banstead High Street - old shops
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Banstead High Street - old shops

Shops in Banstead High Street that have long gone.
F W Woolworth
Taylor Bros
Cato's
Victor Towler
Carsons of Stonleigh
The photograph was taken in the late 1960s.
Picture added on 24 August 2011 at 23:54
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Does anyone remember the shop I think called 'Rays' next to the infant school? It sold everything and anything!
Added by Tracey Cooper on 17 February 2014
Hello Tracey I remember the shop in question and have a feeling you are correct in saying that it was called 'Rays' as you say it sold all sorts of goods. As a child I would go there to do my Christmas shopping for Grandparents,Aunts,Uncles and cousins.
Added by Christine Kent on 21 February 2014
Tracey, I have just found an entry in a local phone book dated 1975 and it is listed as Ray's Quality Bargains 100 High Street Banstead phone number Burgh Heath 57848
Added by Christine Kent on 21 February 2014
My Mum used to work in Rays in the 1970's. She may well have served you. Ray was a strange man. My Dad got his stepson a job in the city and he still works up there. Ray died quite a while ago I believe.
Added by Jacky Watts on 28 February 2014
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