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Colman’s at Christmas

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This nostalgic painting, set from the late 1950s to early 60s, has ten people by Chris McAllister! Always within the same family, it began in 1905 in a beach hut at South Shields in the North East and moved to Ocean Road in 1926. Hazle saw Colman’s on the TV Show “Great British Food Heroes”.Many awards can be seen on their website.

 Hazle’s model portrays the right side of Nos 176-186 in this Edwardian terrace, on Ocean Road since 1926.

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Hazle Ceramics
Colman’s Christmas
LP20 with Tree and Lights
People by Chris McAllister
on South Shields

£99.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

 Table at the large, airy restaurant today.

 1934 frontage as seen on the model.

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Colman’s Good Practice
Local wild fish and seafood is from sustainable sources. Fresh potatoes become thick cut chips that absorb less oil. Vegetable oil is low in transfats, without any additives, hydrogenated fat or nut produce. Changed often, the waste oil becomes biofuel. There are high-efficiency frying ranges plus solar electricity, green packaging and a GM-free policy. Great value is placed on satisfied customers as well as contented staff and suppliers.

 The original beach hut stall, started by great-grandparents of the present day owners back in 1905.

 The bustling 1960s - sold as a jigsaw on their site!

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