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Cromarty Bakehouse - Aug 1983
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Cromarty Bakehouse - Aug 1983

From L to R - Anne Matheson, Lillian Thomson, Cathy MacKenzie, Susan Grigor, Jennifer Mackay. See also picture #1697.
Picture added on 04 August 2006
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Nice to look back and remember the good old days, see old familiar faces.
Added by Dorothy Shepherd on 26 April 2008
A healthy bakery scene, familiar to myself. (I was a fortrose baker alexanders bakery). Matheson's were good bakers. Shame the village baker is few and far between.

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Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 07 May 2013
There's you told off john you can now chow on the hunch o a robin good old jimmy fatty we the cigar never ceased to amuse.

[Editor: Not a problem, and John's comments much appreciated ;) ]
Added by Davey jones on 08 May 2013
It all sounds very Billy Brewsterish!!!.Haunch o a Robeen.an Ethel Brewsterism if ever there was a classic.Billy your mimicry of Gatty was masterclass.oh!happy day.Jock the Bake.10/5/13.
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 10 May 2013
Myself & the Brewster Bros.had many Runs Ashore in our adolescent youth the Strath.Plough Inn.bacon butties Fortrose bakery@4am.excellent crack Billy.yer auld pal J.Reddigan 10/5/13/.
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 10 May 2013
I presume Davy jones is Editor Hello i'm glad you appreciate my comments.The haunch o a Robeen[Robin].is Cromarty vinacular.it's a long story.an Ethel Brewsterism!J. Reddigan 11/5/13/.
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 11 May 2013
I don't know wheather my previous comment went through? I forgot to submit.I had many Cromarty friends over the years & The Cromarty vinacular rubbed off on me.they have a very funny sense of humour Mrs Ethel Brewster had such a gift a natural born script writer.you have to be quick to catch it.Billy her son has it!Tak it noo kuck-kah!.Added by J. Reddigan 11/5/13.
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 11 May 2013
Haunch o a robee'n explained. scene set. "A-Do"in the Byre Restaurant a Buffet. Ethel & I were last in the que she said to me "cam awa me cheil-eek-kee & tak the haunch o a robee'n iv'e been histerical not quite right eversince. Cromarty humour has this effect on one! this is unduluted Cromarty at it's best. Cromarty woman looking for her son said "Div thee see him that I have". Ah!sure the craic was excellent not much money but we did have fun three cheers for Cromarty & thanks to our Editor Davy Jones for his quick attention Slainte Mhath dear friends.
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 11 May 2013
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Cromarty Bakery

Cromarty Bakery Staff - 1983Margaret Ritchie in the Bakery - c1978Matheson's Baker, Grocer & ConfectionerAnne & Catherine Matheson in the Bakery - c1980Matheson's Shop - Baker, Grocer & ConfectionerBakers - c1939Bakery Shop - c1988Dave the baker and Greig Thompson - 2004Bärbel Dister at bakery.