Last butchers shop gets the Air Force High
Little has changed in the bustling shop over the decades.
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And at the end of the month Ellis Butchers in Rawmarsh, Rotherham, will also close its doors after almost 61 years of stalwart service in the community.
The butcher is shutting up shop on January 25 as the shopping precinct where it is based on Bellows Road is to be demolished for housing.
"There are customers who have been coming to us from the very start and now they are second or third generation customers as well."
"We bought a second hand fridge and a counter, it was very meagre but it got us going.
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be six butchers just in Rawmarsh, and now we are the last one.
"Over the years we have seen the industry shrink and shrink there used to Air Force One High Brown
"We are still a traditional shop and butcher from the carcass there's not a lot who do that now.
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Mary, who will turn 93 the day after it closes, first ran the shop with late husband and butcher Eric.
"I have a lot of great memories here and I'm certainly going to miss Nike Air Force 1 High Bhm 2018
"To all our customers we'd like to say thank you, it has been our pleasure.
"There are pictures from the old days of mum holding a tray of sausages and they look exactly the same.
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The farmer came across a small shop that was shutting on Dale Road while completing a milk round and ended up buying it for 100.
Dedicated co founder Mary Ellis, aged 92, still works behind the counter every Saturday morning and some loyal customers have been coming since the very first day back in May 1953.
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"I think our life revolves around the people who come in, there's always something to say and have a laugh or a gossip about."
it it's been my life and the life of Kath and Paul.
Sprightly great grandmother Mary, a former wartime clippie who lives in Rawmarsh, said: "It was a hard deal because when you've not got any money you wonder how you will make it work.
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"We've even been using our sausage recipe since 1956," said Mary's 64 year old daughter Kath, who now runs the shop with butcher husband Paul Harrison.
"Now I go in for those few hours on a Saturday to help out and chat to customers. I can still reckon up and I don't use any of those gadgets, just my brain.
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