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LIPHOOK’S FIRST POST OFFICE

Situated at 6 The Square, Liphook, this sub-post office has sold a variety of goods over the tears.....
Situated at 6 THE SQUARE, LIPHOOK this sub-post office has sold a variety of goods over the years. By 1914 the building was owned by Edgar Holdsworth Bromley who married a local lady, Miss Hogsflesh, She ran the store with Edgar’s mother whilst he was serving in the Great War of 1914-1918
It was known as THE PEOPLES STORES
Some small changes, still The Peoples Stores

We’ve been told that this shop was once, amongst other things, Greathurst Carpets, a Radio Store, and an Electrical Store. Can anyone tell us more

The shop was later serving our village in a different manner when it became LIPHOOK SPORTS

In this photograph is one of Liphooks Grade II Listed Buildings. Can you guess its name and what it is. (Clue; its not a building!)

Later the shop became known as INWOOD STOVES AND FIREPLACES.

It is currently undergoing substantial refurbishment and is to be called

THE OLD POST OFFICE

If you have any memories of this old building please email us at liphookheritage@gmail.com

This piece has been written during lock-down with verification from our digital Archive.