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Dave Harwood
09 Feb 2024 at 08:24
I found this advert in the 'Bedfordshire Times' dated 11th September 1959: “YOUNG LADIES reqd. as Counter Assistants for Bedford’s new Record Shop. Write for interview to:— Carousel Record Sales, 2a ST. MARY'S STREET, BEDFORD.”
… and this advert in the 9th October 1959 edition: “YOUNG ITALIAN LADY reqd. as Counter Assistant in Continental record dept. Write for interview to:— Carousel Record Sales, 2a St. Mary’s St, Bedford.”
… also this advert in the 16th April 1965 edition: “JUNIOR Assistant required to learn record trade. — Apply: Manageress, Carousel Record Sales, 14 Allhallows, Bedford.”
… and this in the 3rd December 1965 edition: “RECORDS – Are you interested in Classical Music? Assistant (female) wanted in classical department of large record shop in Bedford. Previous experience not essential. Apply: Manageress, Carousel Record Sales. Tel. Bedford 68831.”
Dave Harwood
11 Feb 2024 at 09:31
I found this piece in the 'Saffron Walden Weekly News' dated 25th November 1966: “RECORD FAYRE have gained experience from their successful shops at Northwood in Middlesex, Finchley in North London and their associate Company, CAROUSEL in Bedford.”

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