Judy Faraday

Trewins Memorystore is part of the archive collection of the John Lewis Partnership.  As the JLP Archivist, responsibility for the site rests with me and I would be delighted to receive any comments about this site or our educational web site www.memorystore.org.uk

The archive can be contacted at archives_stevenage@johnlewis.co.uk

01438 312388 ext 4202

My pages:

Page link: The Trewins Tree
The Trewins Tree
The history of the Trewins family name
Page link: The New Harlequin Centre
The New Harlequin Centre
One of the first shops in the new mall
Page link: New ways of shopping in the 50s
New ways of shopping in the 50s
How to serve yourself
Page link: Is that all?
Is that all?
Weekly food rations during World War II
Page link: Founding Father
Founding Father
Mr Arthur Trewin
Page link: Showing Off
Showing Off
Trewins at the Herts Show 1950-1960
Page link: Strictly Ballroom
Strictly Ballroom
Partnership Ballroom Dancing Competition, Royal Albert Hall 1954
Page link: A great day out
A great day out
Garden Society at Longstock 1955
Page link: Our Business
Our Business
The history of Trewins, Kinghams and Waitrose in Watford
Page link: About our site
About our site
Welcome to the Watford Memorystore
Page link: Mrs Baltazar
Mrs Baltazar
Remembering Mr Henry Trewin in the 1920s
Page link: Checking out Waitrose
Checking out Waitrose
Waitrose North Watford in the 1960s
Page link: Staircases in the Queens Road shop
Staircases in the Queens Road shop
There were many different levels
Page link: Gala Day
Gala Day
Abominable Snowmen at Wellington Park 1987
Page link: Democracy in action
Democracy in action
The Central Council 1948
Page link: Bags of Choice
Bags of Choice
The Trewins carrier bag of the 1950s
Page link: D I Y Trewins style
D I Y Trewins style
Trewins bill 1959
Page link: Kinghams Christmas Fare
Kinghams Christmas Fare
Kinghams catalogue 1938
Page link: The Partnership at War
The Partnership at War
After the bombing of John Lewis
Page link: Sign of the Times
Sign of the Times
Found in the loft