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Do you remember the ginger nutty old bird in there. I think she was the owner. Lesley Moyse Ridge

I used to buy my records (no you youngsters no CD's or downloads in those days) in Thorpe's Record Bar next door. Debbie Honey

Used to buy those crap Top of the Pops LP's at Thorpe's before K Tel came on the scene. Ray Larmar

I bought my first single there Puppy Love by Donny Osmond! Pauline Hudspith

Did thorpe's record bar move up the road about 50 yards as i remember buying records from somewhere near the 118 bus stop ? Mark Skinner
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Dave Harwood
30 Oct 2023 at 10:09
I found an advertisement in the 'Norwood News' dated 28th June 1957: “THORPE'S RADIO, RECORD DEPARTMENT, CLASSICAL • JAZZ • POPULAR DISCS • SELECTION OF LONG PLAYING RECORDS IN STOCK also RECORD PLAYERS, RADIOGRAMS. 3 ST. MARK'S RD., MITCHAM.”

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