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000056 Tranquil Vale, No 3, 1852

000056 Tranquil Vale, No 3, 1852

Lambert, cheesemonger and porkman. (Also pickled and dried tongues!)

Multon Lambert traded as a cheesemonger and grocer from 1849 until 1883. On his retirement the business was taken over by Dannatt & Co, who were cheesemongers from Greenwich.

In 1917, the shop was registered as The Blackheath Village Stores Ltd.

Following damage in the second world war and restoration by the Blackheath Preservation Trust, the old Vilage Stores became a showroom for gas apliances, reopened in 1963 as Blackheath Wallpapers but in 1986 reverted to its original purpose as a grocery and delicatessen, trading as the Village Delicatessen.

Kenneth Cunningham, solicitors, occupy the upper half of the building.
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Keywords:Unknown photographer, Tranquil Vale, 3-21, Tranquil Vale, Unknown Copyright, Food, 1852, Delicatessen, Butcher, M Lambert, Cheesemonger