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Neaverson’s on Long Causeway (c.1905)

The wonderful Neaverson’s fruiterers, confectioners and tea room on Long Causeway ….. presumably with staff posing outside.

The plaque above the doorway on the left advertises that Neaversons have stores at both Bridge End and 38 Broad Bridge Street.

The Long Causeway premises was in the name of Herbert Neaverson who was one of many descendants from the Peakirk based Neaversons  and who first showed up as a “grocer’s assistant” at the Bridge End store on the 1891 census. By the time of the 1901 census he was listed at the Long Causeway premises.