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.
Grocer shop that was in the middle of the three shops at 415 London Road, next to corner of Tramway Path and London Road, south of Mitcham station.
Adverts such as this continued in the Mitcham Cricket Club yearbooks until the 1961 edition,
Text of ad:
415b, London Road,Mitcham
(Opposite Morden Road)
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
Quality with Civility
New Registrations Welcomed
Phone: MIT 1714
From 1961, the address has Berry’s grocery and provision management.
In 2020, no. 415b is occupied by off-licence and groceries shop Prince Foods.