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'Robert Sayle will move out of Cambridge'. Article In the Cambridge Evening News.
'Store Wars' newspaper cutting regarding the possible move of Robert Sayle
Advertisement for Robert Sayle from the Cambridge Advertiser.
An article on finding a new site for Robert Sayle, from the Cambridge Evening News.
Article from the Cambridge News - April 2014 about the 150th anniversary of JLP
Bill and Daisy Croxon's diamond wedding celebrations
Cambridge Evening News report on possible redevelopment of Robert Sayle
Campaigners reject move. Article from the Cambridge Evening News.
City Council debate the changes to the city if an out of town shopping centre were to be built
City worried about Robert Sayle moving out of the centre
Early advert for Victoria House
Government Minister gives backing for Robert Sayle to become an out of town store
Miss Winifred Ford, millinery buyer and departmental manager at Robert Sayles from1933-1964
More talk about the move!. Article from the Cambridge Evening News.
Newspaper cutting regarding relocation of Robert Sayle shop
Plan for Robert Sayle to move to Duxford rejected.
Proposal for development of new Robert Sayle and other shops at Duxford.
Protesters have their say. Article taken from the Cambridge Evening News
Rejection of a site for Robert Sayle. Article taken from the Cambridge Evening News.
Report in Cambridge news about the re-siting of Robert Sayle.
Robert Sayle propose to move to Trumpington
Still considering Duxford
Suggested sites for the new Robert Sayle were sent to the Minister for consideration
Bill for the funeral of the late Leonard Rutter.('Bot' shortened form of 'bought'.)
Collage to mark opening of Robert Sayle Memory store project with Gilly Vose our Mentor at the project start.
Handwritten receipt from 1976
Receipt dated May 1976
Retirement Scroll for Mr H S Parsons from his Robert Sayle Department
Robert Sayle Branch Council Dinner menu
This article was taken from the last Robert Sayle Chronicle before moving to Burleigh Street for the new shop to be built.