Loop road : No action by MP yet
MITCHAM’S M.P. (Mr. Robert Carr) is unlikely to raise the question of the proposed loop road round Fair Green, Mitcham, in the Home of Commons yet.
But he promised a delegation from the Loop Rood Protest Committee—he met them me Friday – that he would investigate their case.
He said that at the moment the subject of the loop road was mot one which could be raised in the Commons.
Mr. J. Hamilton, chairman of the protest committee, said: “The delegation had a long hearing and discussed all of the loop road and preblems from the residents’ point of view.”Norwood News – Friday 17 April 1959, page 5.
Barbershop that was at 3 Fair Green, next to Huttons fish shop, in what is now Upper Green West north side.
In the 1912 and 1913 directories, listed as Victor REEVES, hairdresser, 3 Fair Green. The address in 1910-11 shown as Thomas J. BOSTRIDGE, hair dresser.
A fire was reported in the 25th September 1914 issue of the Mitcham & Tooting Mercury:
Shortly after half-past two on Saturday afternoon, the No. 1 Fire Brigade received a call to a fire which had broken out at 3, Fair Green, premises occupied by Mr Victor Reeves, hair dresser. Supt. Jenner and eight men proceeded with the motor engine, and found the fire had originated on the third floor, consuming the flooring and wooden partition. The fire was extinguished by a few buckets of water, and the damage, which is covered by insurance, is estimated at about £15. The cause of the outbreak is unknown.
Note that the number 1 Fire Brigade was at Lower Green West.