The History of Our Local Shops In A Few Hundred Words
If the coronavirus taught us anything, it was just how valuable our local shops
and businesses are.
This Month: The Hedgerow, Threshfield
Yarkers in 1908
The Hedgerow is based in a small village within the Yorkshire Dales and is an independent, family-run business. It was built in the year 1900 and served the locality of Threshfield and the newly built railway. The shop was first known as Yarker’s, however most remember it as either Utley’s or Baxter’s.
The Junction Of Wharfeside Ave And Station - 1963
Today The Hedgerow offers unique gifts, artisan coffee, homemade bakes, plants to suite every garden and bespoke floristry specialising in wedding and funeral flowers, located in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Importantly, The Hedgerow has adapted during the current COVID-19 pandemic to support the wellbeing of their customers and staff, with the addition of an outdoor seating area and stringent COVID-19 precautions. You can also expect a warm and welcoming atmosphere from the entire team; Wendy, Nigel, Heather, Nicola, Jenny, Eloise and Eric the Schnoodle x
VE Day May 1945