St Andrews Road Shops

June 2009

By Nigel Cox

St Andrew's Road
Copyright Nigel Cox and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
St Andrew's Road before it was closed to traffic c 1960's

St Andrew’s Road is a wide pedestrian precinct containing the main shops in South Oxhey. In June 2009, the occupiers were, left to right, Jacksons, JHD ( Gents Hairdressers), the Gold Centre, Wimpy, Cheapjacks, Taylor Convenience Store, the late lamented Woolworths, and Homecraft. This image has been used courtesy of the website Geographs

An Earlier View Of St Andrew’s Road

This photograph was taken when  St Andrew’s Road was a through road open to traffic.

 

This page was added on 17/12/2010.

Comments about this page

  • Hi, could someone help. I was born in 1951 at 53 Blairhead Drive, where I lived with my mum and dad and older brother David, my younger sister born 1952. We moved to Hayling Road early 1960s. With Easter coming we were reminiscing about dad going down to buy hot cross buns baked on site from the bakers which was along the Sainsbury side of St Andrews Road shops. Does anyone remember what the bakers was called?
    Remember my time living in South Oxhey with great affection.
    Thanks for any help

    By Christine Dean (30/03/2021)
  • Hello Christine

    In answer to your question:-
    The ABC was next to the record shop “Melody Corner” then the wet Fish Shop
    which was next to “Sainsbury” Further up on the same side was “Pinner Green Bakeries”.

    By Susan Waller (02/04/2021)
  • The JHD has a name and is a gents
    hairdresser! And a very good one at that. Maybe do some research before you comment, just saying!!

    By Mick Ward (23/09/2018)
  • Many thanks for pointing out the error, now corrected.

    By Susan Waller (27/09/2018)

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