|Author:||Ian Ralph Ormes|
|Title:||Eaden Lilley: 250 Years of Retailing|
|Format:||azw mobi docx lrf|
|ePUB size:||1301 kb|
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|Publisher:||Imprint unknown (April 17, 2000)|
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Eaden Lilley was a small chain of department stores that started in Cambridge. In 1760, the mayor of Cambridge John Purchase owned a haberdashery. In 1784 the business was sold to Joseph Hart, whom had formed a partnership with Joseph Ansell. In 1798 William Eaden, who was the son in law of one of the owners, joined the firm and worked his way up to being the sole owner.
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James and Bianca’s story draws to a close in the explosive conclusion to the Up In The Air Trilogy. After a short but earnest courtship, Bianca can no longer deny her feelings for James, and though she’s tried her hardest, she can’t help but see that he cares deeply for her, as well. In a completely uncharacteristic move, she has put aside her misgivings and agreed to live with the enigmatic billionaire. Eight years later, Lana finally returns home, planning to stay briefly, and only for business, but her plans go quickly awry when she runs into the man she could never get over.
A family-run company since 1750, Eaden Lilley has closed its stores in Saffron Walden, Great Shelford although the St Ives branch is still trading at present. Yesterday Rossiters' executive chairman Nigel Rossiter, who is the fourth generation in his family to run the business, said: 'I am very proud indeed of the achievements and success during our 150 years. However, the changing face of retailing in the UK makes stores of this scale less appropriate. It has become increasingly difficult to provide the services that customer expect.
In 1883, William Eaden Lilley's son, also William Eaden Lilley took over the family business from his father. The business had grown from one store on Market Street, to having branches in Sidney Street and Green Street In 1900, Eaden Lilley was joined next door by fellow Cambridge department store, Joshua Taylor. The business continued in this guise until 1928, when the Market Street store was rebuilt