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3 stories about Food and drink
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Born into a family of butchers
Ninety-one-year-old Richard ‘Rex’ Lancaster had an idyllic childhood in Grange. In shorts and vest his six-to-eight-week summer holidays were spent ...
Growing up at Sunderland Point - Jackie Bailiff
Royal Shrimps on a Toasted Muffin anyone?
From Morecambe Bay waters to toasted muffin. How technology streamlines the journey of the humble Morecambe Bay shrimp from the ...
6 images of Food and drink
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Baxter's fish shop interior showing wall with 6 framed photos
Photo of Baxter's fish shop interior showing the cash till, the serving counter, a chalk board listing items for sale and various photos on the wall.
Photo of James Baxter & Son fish shop front in Morecambe.
Photo of newspaper article entitled Peeled in the pink with pride
Photo of newspaper article entitled Pots of pleasure by post.
Photo of shop front sign at Baxter's fish shop giving details of opening hours and indicating that they are specialists in supplying Morecambe Bay potted shrimps.
5 media clips about Food and drink
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Oral history interview with Baxters of Morecambe staff
Oral history interview with Clare Worrall, owner and manager of Furness Fish and Poultry Supplies in Flookburgh
Oral history interview with John Wilson, Fisherman in Flookburgh
Oral history interview with June Wilson, wife of John Wilson, Fisherman in Flookburgh
Oral history interview with Rex Lancaster. Growing up in Grange.
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