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    Posted: 02†October†2018 at 10:35pm
Anyone know what happened to Dick Claydon or Paddy the Irish barber?
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Sorry to hear about the passing of Keith, I remember the days when his father ran the shop, both father & son produced great fish 'n' chips, thinking of it makes me feel hungry!
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Originally posted by ArtB ArtB wrote:

Commiserations to you and other family members, like Garry I remember Keith in those days, great memories.

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Commiserations also, I remember when he was working with his father. 
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Commiserations to you and other family members, like Garry I remember Keith in those days, great memories.

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I am so sorry to hear your sad news, I have very fond memories of using the fish & chip shop when Keith ran it, lots of banter with him when we were spotty teenagers, another fine character has left us.
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Good to see that my parents, Keith and Barbara Pigden and Colins Fish  Bar are remembered. Sadly, I should inform you that Keith died peacefully on 26th September 2018 at the age of 81, after a short illness.
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Originally posted by Rich Kid Rich Kid wrote:

In the old days the fryer went down the left hand side of the shop as you came through the door. The little seating area was partitioned off on the right with a couple of tables in it.


That's right, I remember it configured that way as well, I could never work out why the fish and chip was nicknamed 'Horrors' because the quality of the fish and chips was very good from my memory.    
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In the old days the fryer went down the left hand side of the shop as you came through the door. The little seating area was partitioned off on the right with a couple of tables in it. It was a popular eating place for members of Chalfont Colony as it was called then.
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After Scouts..... Must've been late 50's early 60's, must have been in that time frame that Keith took it over.

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well, as you asked. Yes, i do. However, I donít remember the fryer being reconfigured.
Purchased many portions of chips wrapped in the News of the world and the Buck advertisers.
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