high street

97 High Street

Robert Stroud (bootmaker), Edward Pardey (estate agent, cabinet maker and upholsterer), O Bishop (greengrocer) and W Rickman all had shops here. It now houses Truffles confectioners.

98 High Street

Grocer John Hayward had a shop here in the 1870s. In the 1890s it housed Borough Stores and by the 1910s was the site of the Conservative Club and the Lymington Steam Bakery. It is now Seasalt.

99 High Street

From the 1860s to the 1890s this housed the drill instructor and armoury of the local company of the Voluntary Battalion of the Hampshire Regiment. These volunteer regiments served only in Britain, not abroad. Since then, the building has housed a painter, jeweller, taxi firm, greengrocers and wine merchant, among others.

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