Turners Fish Restaurant in Spalding – popularly known as Sheddies – is celebrating its centenary with a special gala night next Wednesday with supper and special entertainment.
In looking back at the business’s past 100 years, the family has unearthed some old photographs, such as this picture of the old shop taken in the late 1920s.
There has been a Sheddy frying fish on the same corner of New Road with Red Lion Street since Fred ‘Sheddy’ Turner bought an old poultry and game dealer’s shop there in 1913.
A bag of chips to take away cost just one old penny in 1913. To celebrate the centenary, a portion of fish and chips will be sold for £1 between 5pm and 7pm on Wednesday.
The photograph above shows the shop as it was in 1952.