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Dave Harwood
15 Nov 2023 at 04:48
I found this piece in the 'Hertford Mercury & Reformer' dated 22nd December 1989: “Parliament Music, Hertford, who are celebrating their first Christmas in the town, said people were buying more compact discs and tapes.”
… and this piece in the 10th May 1996 edition: “AN ANGRY Hertford town centre trader has revealed the cost to her business of roadworks in Parliament Square - £1,000 a week! Jo Haigh, 37, who runs Parliament Music with her husband Rob, has attacked the duration of work and is pushing East Herts. Council for compensation.”
… and this piece in the 1st November 1996 edition: “A RECORD store is moving to a smaller neighbouring shop after business was badly hit by the enhancement works in Hertford’s town centre. Parliament Music, which has traded from its Parliament Square premises for eight years is planning to move into the empty unit next door.”
Brian MacGhee
08 Feb 2024 at 05:38
These guys sold more 12” vinyl than CDs!

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