The popular Teddington Cheese shop in Station Road is up for sale, we can reveal today.
A poster in the shop says: “After 18 unforgettable years, Tony, the owner of the Teddington Cheese, has decided to retire.”
The message adds that the shops and online business continues to go from ‘strength to strength’ and will be unaffected by the sale.
“We would love the business to be taken over by a local person who understands what the Teddington Cheese means to the Teddington & Richmond community and sees the potential to grow further,” the message says.
On the shop’s website, Teddington Cheese claims to mature and supply over 130 British and continental farmhouse cheeses as well as biscuits, chutneys, pickles, wines, ports and ciders.
There is another shop in Hill Rise, Richmond as well as an online service available to ship cheese all over
This small brick building was once the office of Hall’s Coalyard, and later the office of Comfort’s coal company.
A side track used to go right into the yard for the delivery of coal; it was incorporated into the development of the former Teddington Coal Yard as the Teddington Business Centre in the early 1980s.
The eye-catching building which is passed by thousands of train commuters and travelers every week is built with red brick with round-headed doors and windows, decorative brickwork at the eaves and a decorative panel and courses of terra cotta work, plus striking rendered parapets surmounted on the front by an ogee shaped pediment.
As it is set at the back of the pavement it is a very noticeable feature in Station Road and contributes to the street scene.
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