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Big in C&W and similar which was big with the fishermen and their families who traditionally live in the Hessle Road area and whose demise mirrored the demise of the local fishing industry. Comment: Peter Greendale
(June 25, 2014) LA Falcon said:What number was clevlands on hessle road & wasIit situated near Robinsons Funeral Parlour


Dave Harwood
15 Aug 2023 at 02:27
I found an article about Cleveland’s record shop in the 30th June 1986 edition of the Hull Daily Mail: Hessle Road business closing down – Cleveland’s record shop, run by brothers James and Joe Cleveland. The original shop just across the road was opened around 1930 by their father and mother. Business prospered and led to a second shop in Holderness Road. That closed last year. “We lived through one decline when radio came along and hit record sales” said James. “Today you can buy records in all the big stores and we just can’t compete, what with the decline in sales and the decline of Hessle Road itself.”



Cleveland Records Hessle Road Hull

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