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Brook Street 121 High Street West

Brook Street
Tung Fong
119 High Street West
Kathryn Jefreys The Dress Agency
121 High Street West

Glossop Brook
The 1 Stop Plumbing Shop
102-104 High Street West
Heirloom & Derbyshire Clocks
106-108 High Street West

Kelly’s Directory
Dutton Tom, plumber, 119 High st. we

Kelly’s Directory
Scholes Albert, butcher, 119 High street west

Derby & District Trades Directory
Scholes, A., 119 High St., west


An advertisment from ’Glossop - A Sketch From The Earliest Period’ printed and published by Messrs. Jenkinson and Hamnett in 1904.

Number 119 was a property with 6 main rooms (4 upstairs and 2 downstairs) occupied by Arthur Smalley 39, a Fish & Poultry Dealer, his wife Emmie Smalley 38, married 16 years with 1 child, Annie Smalley 14.

Hart George, fried fish dealer, 119 High street west

Midland Counties of England Trades Directory
Scholes, G. Butcher 119 High St West

Kelly’s Directory
Lonsdale Rt. fried fish dlr. 119 High st. west

"From 1958 to 1970 this shop belonged to my parents Harry & Hilda Bunting as a fish and chip shop it was called "Bunting’s Chippy" and before that my uncle Jim & Rose Bunting had it." - Harry Bunting (March 2019).


Fish and Chip shop. Photograph courtesy of Cliff Hales taken from outside his shop in the 1970s.


To the left of this photo, photograph taken by Cliff Hales with thanks to Chris Hales.


Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.

Google Street View
Shows New Tung Fong, Cantonese, Hong Kong & Peking Style Hot Meals to Take Away.

Glossopdale Townscape Heritage Initiative
Grant approved towards reinstatement of timber traditional shop front, based on existing shopfronts adjacent and within the same terrace. Structural repair. New windows to first floor elevation and gable end. New signage. Click here for PDF document.


Tung Fong before Glossopdale Townscape Heritage Initiative work started.


Tung Fong after Glossopdale Townscape Heritage Initiative work completed.


Photo taken in 2014 by Glossop VAH.