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Waitrose

Categories: Commerce

Founded by Wallace Waite, Arthur Rose and David Taylor as a small Acton grocers, Waite, Rose and Taylor. Taylor left the business and in 1908 the name Waitrose was adopted. It was taken over by John Lewis in 1937, but retained its separate identity, and opened its first supermarket in 1955 in Streatham.

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Waitrose

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First Waitrose

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

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Waitrose

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First Waitrose

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

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Surbiton clock tower

{Plaque beneath a medallion of King Edward VII:} Coronation clock tower - a s...

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