Redundant Steelworker Harry Kershaw at his Bakery in Greenfield January 1981
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I shouyld have added that the bakery was situated in Station Rd Greenfield, that is where Harry opened his bakery.
Now that is a blast from the past!My name is Lee Douglas and I'm standing next to Harry.Wayne Gelder is stood to my left.