Claydon Hall Dairy

We have to credit Dave Riseborough with this example of trade lettering. Although this website has been developing since 2003 and several contributors have been scouring Ipswich and its environs for historic lettering on walls, this is the first time we've seen the words:
'CLAYDON
HALL
DAIRY'
3.1.2010. Dave writes:-
"Hullo Mr Van Loon, I very much enjoyed looking at your website.
There are some old painted signs in Ipswich which I cannot find on your website and I wonder whether you know about them. I have attached photos of them:
1. A sign for Claydon Hall Dairy on the side of a house on the corner of Bramford Lane and Hampton Road ..."
Dave also cited the Tavern Street signs of the former Wootton's the hairdresser shop (now on its own page) and provided some much improved photographs and the
fugitive Cullingham Road 'Hay & straw...' sign (with new image) - also now on its own page. Many thanks.

Claydon Hall Dairy 1-Claydon Hall Dairy 2
Below is an enhanced version of the sign.
Claydon Hall Dairy 3All images courtesy Dave Riseborough

Claydon Hall is in Church Lane, Claydon and is built on the site of an ancient castle; part of the moat still remains. Presumably the cows kept on the farm provided the milk for this servery. Any further information about the dairy in Bramford Lane: please use the 'email' link below.


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