Clucas Bakery


Thomas Richard Clucas came to Cleator Moor, from the Isle of Man. Here, he married Florence Eugenie Halcrow from the town, on 21st September 1879 and set up business. Florence passed away in 1888, at age 32. They had 3 children.

The shop sold an assortment of local products, and freshly baked pastry items which were highly popular with the locals.

The Bakery was located on High Street and was subsequently replaced by Farrell's and more recently, bookmaker Bet Fred. 

Meat & Potatoe Pies are still as popular today on Cleator Moor, as they were back then. The people and fabric of a town may change over time, but certain things endure. 

Top Photo: Thomas Clucas Baker & Confectioner
Clucas Baker & Confectioner, Cleator Moor



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