DW Sports Fitness
DW Sports Fitness is a British retailing and fitness business. Founded in March 2009 when Dave Whelan purchased the 50 JJB Sports Fitness Clubs and the attached retail stores for £83.4 million. At th...
Broker’s Gin
Broker’s London Dry Gin is a gin micro-distilled at a 200-year-old distillery located near Birmingham, England, using a traditional copper pot still.Broker’s Gin is made with a combination of botanica...
Thomas Kerslake
Thomas Kerslake (1812–1891) was an English bookseller and antiquarian.
Kerslake was born in Exeter in July 1812, proceeded in 1828 to Bristol, and soon afterwards commenced business in second-hand...
Barker and Stonehouse
Barker & Stonehouse is the U.K's largest independent furniture retailer. The family-run firm was established in 1946 in the North East of England.It has nine branches, situated in Newcastle upon T...
Covered Market, Preston
The Covered Market in Earl Street, Preston, Lancashire, England is a Grade II listed landmark structure built 1870-75.
It was in 1837 that Preston Corporation first turned its thoughts to the prov...
Covered Market, Preston - Wikipedia
William Lane (bookseller)
William Lane (1746-1814) was a publisher and bookseller in London in the late 18th century. Around 1790 he established the Minerva Printing Press in Cree Church Lane, Leadenhall Street, moving ca.1792...
Floris of London
Floris is the oldest English retailer of toiletries and accessories and second oldest in the world after Farina gegenüber of Cologne, Germany.Floris was founded in 1730 by Juan Famenias Floris, who a...
Floris of London - Wikipedia
Lewis's
Lewis's was a chain of British department stores that operated from 1856 to 1991, when the company went into administration. The first store, which opened in Liverpool city centre, became the flagship...
Lewis's - Wikipedia
Leeds Kirkgate Market
Leeds Kirkgate Market (pronounced /ˈkɜrɡət/) is a market in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England located on Vicar Lane. It is the largest covered market in Europe. There are currently 800 stalls which attra...
Leeds Kirkgate Market - Wikipedia
Shops Bill 1986
The Shops Bill 1986 was a parliamentary bill in the United Kingdom that would have ended government regulation of Sunday shopping in England and Wales. Introduced by the government of Margaret Thatch...
John Noble (publisher)
John Noble (died 1797) was a bookseller and publisher in London in the 18th century. He issued works by Daniel Defoe, George Smith Green, Eliza Haywood, Jane Marshall, John Robinson, and others. As pa...