Plaque

First Waitrose

Erection date: 23/2/2005

Inscription

Messrs Waite, Rose and Taylor opened the first Waitrose shop here in 1904.
Acton History Group, Ealing Civic Society, Waitrose Ltd

This plaque is in the pavement in front of the shop.

Site: First Waitrose (1 memorial)

W3, High Street, Acton, 263

Credit for this entry to: John Hartley

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First Waitrose

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First Waitrose

See Waitrose for some information.

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Waitrose

Founded by Wallace Waite, Arthur Rose and David Taylor as a small Acton groce...

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First Waitrose

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Acton History Group

Acton History Group

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Waitrose

Founded by Wallace Waite, Arthur Rose and David Taylor as a small Acton groce...

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