How many of these newsagents do you remember in this retro gallery of Sheffield shops?

Corner shops and newsagents have seen us dashing in for late night loaves of bread or spending our pocket money on sweets but how many of these shops in our retro gallery can you remember?

Friday, 13th March 2020, 6:00 am
Who do you recognise from this round up of Sheffield Newsagents through the years?
Who do you recognise from this round up of Sheffield Newsagents through the years?

Which shops have gone and are just a distant memory? Or which newsagent can you spot in these pictures from the past?

Peter and Sue Petryshn who are left their corner shop Greystones Wines on Greystones Road in 2002

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Retiring newsagents John and Joan Vassey said goodbye to their Walkley lane shop in 1996
Lynda Wilkie (right) pictured with the Hanif family, Shamim and Mohammed Hanif and their daughter, Hussina(2nd left), at Hanif's corner shop, Page Hall in 1999
Sadiq Malik owner of corner shop in Glen Road, Nether Edge in 1976
Owner Mike Brownhill, in his Hillsborough corner shop in 2011
MARKETSEC Sheaf Market Traders, Ted Starkey (Ogleys Pet Store), Jean Knight (Hebafayre) and Newsagent Ken Breeze back in 1998
Beanies Wholefoods opened their new shop and cafe at Beanies Corner: Beanies coop members Isabella Hitchcock and Chris Baldwin on opening day in 2019
Selling biscuits to the hungry people of Sheffield at Castle Market
Narinder and Munjinder Singh at their newsagents at South Road, Walkley in 2007
Ken Hill (83) who lost his winning lottery ticket, pictured outside the newsagents at Crookes where he bought the ticket in 2004
A Sheffield newsagent in 1962
Steve and Pat in their corner shop on Mosborough High Street in 2006
A busy newsagents shop in Crookes, Sheffield in 1976
Newsagent Tony Woollas in his shop on Retford Road in 2012
Mick Wiles at his newsagents on Langsett Road, Hillsborough in 2012
Stuart Reddish, of Baxter's Newsagents, Crookes in 2018
Richard May had to let the post office go from his newsagents on Lees Hall Avenue in 2017