The newspaper articles below are via the British Newspaper Archive
Norwood News – Friday 29 November 1957
‘Wild West’ bazaar
Pollards Hill Everywoman’s Club Mitcham, raised £23 at their “Wild West” bazaar at the Community Centre last week—an increase of £6 on last year.
Norwood News – Friday 05 May 1961
Members of Pollards Hill Everywoman’s Club, Mitcham, had a hat competition last week. Winners were: Best hat, Mrs. A. Larkin; funniest hat, Mrs. D. Morton; best dressed wooden spoon, Mrs. M. Morton.
Shoe shop that was at 8a Upper Green West, and 8 Fair Green Parade.
The shop can be seen in this 1962 clip as the second on the right with an awning, with the name G. Perry & S just visible.
clip from Merton Memories photo reference Mit_Streets_P_Wil_73-27
Text of ad:
WE CAN FIT THEM !
Ladies’ Shoes Men’s Shoes
also half sizes
Large Selection Always in Stock
including various styles for
8 FAIR GREEN PARADE and
8a UPPER GREEN WEST
Telephone: MITCHAM 6917
In 1962, this ad listed these makes of shoes and boots: Norvic, Lotus, Jen, Wearra, Tuf Boots.