THE greengrocers which impressed telly comedy Open All Hours could also be compelled to shut after complaints the out of doors show is a security danger.
Creator Roy Clarke wrote the BBC collection after visiting family-run LE Riddiford in Thornbury, Gloucestershire.
The greengrocers that impressed Open All Hours might shut over well being and security fears[/caption]
Ronnie Barker’s store proprietor Albert Arkwright is commonly seen stacking items exterior within the fictional recreation.
Officers have instructed present proprietor John Riddiford to take a few of his gadgets off the pavement.
However he says the shows assist carry clients in and concern the transfer will hit his earnings a lot he’ll shut up.
John, whose household opened the store in 1928, mentioned: “Is it time to only name it a day?”
Officers have instructed present proprietor John Riddiford to take a few of his gadgets off the pavement[/caption]
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The shop has had 4 generations of the Riddiford household serving behind the counter[/caption]
South Gloucestershire Council mentioned it needed to examine complaints and had labored with John to “discover a appropriate answer”.
The shop has had 4 generations of the Riddiford household serving behind the counter. Late proprietor Barclay Riddiford died aged 76 in 2013.
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