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I agree, definitely not Twineham Road with those bay windows, could be the Elm Grove area.
I would be very interested if you could submit a drawing of the interior of The shop. My grandfather owned this shop in 1911 and my father lived there. My grandfather owned the shoe/ Boot shop at 111 Church Street in the 1920/30’s I would love to see a picture of the shop next door
My father Edwin Frank Candlin left Varndean College in 1930. Would he have attended this school?