Came in several years ago but didn't stay for long and just heard the basics. Came upon it again today and there were two chatty ladies from the Tamar Protection Society anxious to help people make the most of it. I didn't go out back to see the 'parlour' or up to the accommodation but I did spend a while in the shop hearing about how the shop finally just stopped. It isn't a classic NT or V&A style set pice but what draws your interest that this was a real little grocers which probably ran from Victorian times till 15.2.71 - decimalisation.
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