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A Wycherley

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On 28 Jul 2017 at 8:33pm Buyer wrote:
Are they ever open? There always seems to be a scrappy hand written note on the door. Either "at viewings" or "upstairs in the office". What's the point of having a shop if it's closed half the time?
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On 28 Jul 2017 at 8:48pm Sarcastic did wrote:
Yes, open half the time, when they are not closed!
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On 28 Jul 2017 at 8:52pm pedanticus wrote:
What's A Wycherley? I thought that since his dad died it's now Charles Wycherley - there's never been an A Wycherley business.
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On 28 Jul 2017 at 9:21pm Buyer wrote:
Charles Wycherley left and started his new business. The old business is still in the old shop and is sill called A Wycherley (as it has been since 1853).
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On 28 Jul 2017 at 9:39pm @pedanticus wrote:
Bellendicus more like.
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On 29 Jul 2017 at 8:09am Fairmeadow wrote:
Business started over a century ago by the Victorian Alfred Wycherley, who came from Ringmer, where his father was coachman to the leading Quaker John Rickman.
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On 29 Jul 2017 at 11:35am Oats wrote:
Did JR give his name to the Rickshaw
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On 30 Jul 2017 at 5:56pm Another B and B lady wrote:
Charles Wycherley's sister is Ann. She is no doubt continuing with the rental properties. So, it will remain A. Wycherley as it has been for over 100 years no doubt.
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On 31 Jul 2017 at 8:01am Buyer wrote:
She won't remain for long if she's never open.
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On 3 Aug 2017 at 8:53pm Roly Mo wrote:
I don't think she's short of a bob or two. Between them they own a fair chunk of Lewes properties.


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