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Posted by: seafordpete
« on: March 02, 2010, 16:18:19 »

IIRC Cartiers were bought out by Bejam then Iceland but then some were sold to Tesco-Strood, West Malling maybe others. P
Posted by: Tashos
« on: March 02, 2010, 14:45:53 »

Does anybody have any pictures of Strood High Street when Cartiers sport/electrical store was open? I think it was just along from what was the Co-op? Or of Cartiers food shop that was on the site now owned by Tesco.

Lew Cartier was married to my aunts friend and I remember summer holidays spent swimming at Boys Hall in Ashford. Sadly his then wife passed away and I don't recall any visits after that and don't know what become of him or his son. Boys Hall was eventually sold on.

thanks
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