WW2 comes to the High Street. The bakers has now morphed into a restaurant, and everyone struggles to find product to sell, or even how to create any profit within the coupon system. The ... See full summary »

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Gregg Wallace ...
Himself - Chamber of Commerce
Juliet Gardiner ...
Herself - Chamber of Commerce
Tom Herbert ...
Himself - Chamber of Commerce
Nigel Devlin ...
Himself - Baker
Caroline Devlin ...
Herself - Baker
Karl Sergison ...
Himself - Grocer
Debbie Sergison ...
Herself - Grocer
Andrew Sharp ...
Himself - Butcher
Michael Sharp ...
Himself - Butcher
Simon Grant-Jones ...
Himself - Ironmonger and Blacksmith
Gill Cockwell ...
Herself - Dressmaker

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WW2 comes to the High Street. The bakers has now morphed into a restaurant, and everyone struggles to find product to sell, or even how to create any profit within the coupon system. The grocers suffer a huge fine for black market activity. The dressmaker and blacksmith do no selling at all but go around teaching people how to recycle and mend worn out items. Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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[hiding in Morrison Shelter under the table during air raid]
Michael Sharp: Would you get in trouble for not going in your shelter?
Andrew Sharp: No, you just die, don't you. There's no trouble in it. If your house was bombed and you weren't under here, then you'd be the one that died.
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