Kenneth Brown is standing in the doorway of the family
butcher's shop at 2 Oxford Road, in front of him is a boy and baby in a
traditional coach built pram, probably locally made by the Silver Cross
To the left is Gallons grocers.
Allegedly the butchers business began when a
predecessor of the Brown family bought half a pig in a pub, his wife was not
impressed as without salting or smoking the meat they had no means of keeping
He jointed the meat and sold it to neighbours around the Green
where they lived making a reasonable profit and so began "Porky"