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80 Regent Street c1960

80 Regent Street

History of 80 Regent Street

Listed Building:

Originally a pair but now combined into one shop with a uniform late Cl8 shopfront. Early C19. Grey gault brick. 3 storeys, 2 windows. Slate roof. The shopfront has a central panelled double door with Doric half-column surround and entablature over. Small-paned shop windows on either side.


Herbert White Carley, 57, widower, confectioner

Agnes Mary, sister, 54, assisting in business

Daisy Beatrice Durrant, 24, assisting in the business,

May Elizabeth Vaissiere, 26, assisting in the business,

Ada Fletcher, 16, servant

[prior to 1911 Herbert Carley was at no. 25 (old numbering system) Regent Street, but this does not seem to be the same as no.80]


H Carley confectioner


(78-80) John Beazor antiques


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