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The Cod Father

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In 1860 a Chip Shop opens in Oldham, with Fish & Chips opening in London during the same year. This was one of a few foods not rationed in World War 2. Times have changed since then and sustainable fishing is quite vital now.

 Marilyn outside the Weymouth Fish & Chips where we bought our lunch and ate it on the sunny beach.

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Hazle Ceramics
The Cod Father
Limited Painting of 50
on Bury Nutshell
Specially Made Figure & Waves

 An upmarket interior. The majority of takeaways have at least a small cafe too.

£135 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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 From 1920s, a 99 has soft ice cream plus one or two chocolate Flakes. The origin of the 99 name is uncertain.

 Traditional battered fish and chips on Hunstanton beach in north Norfolk.

 The Nutshell, Bury St Edmunds. Just room to take a photo of bar.

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