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| last appearance = [[Episode 539 (9th February 1966)|9th February 1966]]
 
| last appearance = [[Episode 539 (9th February 1966)|9th February 1966]]
 
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| played by = [[Joe Gladwin]]
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'''Fred Jackson''' was the owner and manager of [[Jackson's Chip Shop]] in [[Victoria Street]] in the [[1960s]]. He lived in the flat above the shop with wife [[Mary Jackson|Mary]].
 
'''Fred Jackson''' was the owner and manager of [[Jackson's Chip Shop]] in [[Victoria Street]] in the [[1960s]]. He lived in the flat above the shop with wife [[Mary Jackson|Mary]].
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In [[February 1961]] he was his usual lugubrious self, complaining that they'd only had six customers since opening but his more cheerful wife pointed out that that was usual and the first house at the [[Luxy Cinema]] would soon be coming out. A few days later, several customers including [[Minnie Caldwell]] and [[Martha Longhurst]] complained about their wait in the queue and asked if he was suffering the same gas pressure problems that they were. Fred told them that they were cooked by electricity and that chips couldn't be hurried.
   
 
In [[1963]], Fred told [[Doreen Lostock]] that [[Len Fairclough]] had inquired about landlord Wormold's address. [[Elsie Tanner]] was trying to find out who tipped off the landlord that she had taken a lodger. On [[20th March]], Fred was bothered by the music from the [[Glad Tidings Mission Hall]], which he incorrectly attributed to the Over 60s club, unaware that four youths who had just left his shop at closing time had descended on the Mission.
 
In [[1963]], Fred told [[Doreen Lostock]] that [[Len Fairclough]] had inquired about landlord Wormold's address. [[Elsie Tanner]] was trying to find out who tipped off the landlord that she had taken a lodger. On [[20th March]], Fred was bothered by the music from the [[Glad Tidings Mission Hall]], which he incorrectly attributed to the Over 60s club, unaware that four youths who had just left his shop at closing time had descended on the Mission.
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===1961===
 
===1961===
 
*[[Episode 21 (22nd February 1961)|Wed 22nd Feb]]
 
*[[Episode 21 (22nd February 1961)|Wed 22nd Feb]]
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*[[Episode 22 (24th February 1961)|Fri 24th Feb]]
 
===1963===
 
===1963===
 
*[[Episode 236 (18th March 1963)|Mon 18th Mar]]
 
*[[Episode 236 (18th March 1963)|Mon 18th Mar]]

Revision as of 21:13, August 2, 2015


Fred Jackson was the owner and manager of Jackson's Chip Shop in Victoria Street in the 1960s. He lived in the flat above the shop with wife Mary.

In February 1961 he was his usual lugubrious self, complaining that they'd only had six customers since opening but his more cheerful wife pointed out that that was usual and the first house at the Luxy Cinema would soon be coming out. A few days later, several customers including Minnie Caldwell and Martha Longhurst complained about their wait in the queue and asked if he was suffering the same gas pressure problems that they were. Fred told them that they were cooked by electricity and that chips couldn't be hurried.

In 1963, Fred told Doreen Lostock that Len Fairclough had inquired about landlord Wormold's address. Elsie Tanner was trying to find out who tipped off the landlord that she had taken a lodger. On 20th March, Fred was bothered by the music from the Glad Tidings Mission Hall, which he incorrectly attributed to the Over 60s club, unaware that four youths who had just left his shop at closing time had descended on the Mission.

List of appearances

1961

1963

1964

1966

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