In this extract, Lil Day recalls the shops and the tradesmen who used to come to peoples’ homes to sell their wares: the milkman, greengrocer and butcher. Even shoes and wool were delivered. It was a matter of making ends… More about ‘Home shopping after the war – Lil Day’»
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