The Grocers shop for Bectan Sands is situated next door to the Post Office. The Grocers shop is a small shop, which has been there for 62 years. Throughout these years they have been supplying the community with their needs.
The building is a light brown colour, with green ivy growing around the side of the door. Above the door there is a large white sign saying The Grocers Shop, under that it says Mr and Mrs Benson.
In the shop there are fruit and vegetables with bright orange signs saying their price., Further down the shop there is a choice of tins and packets. On the other side there are two large racks with newspapers and in a huge fridge next to the racks, containing different types of tasty dairy products.
Mr and Mrs Benson are a kind middle age couple, they have got two awkward sons, one is called Louis who is 26 and the other is Steven who is 24. Louis has recently given up teaching after being stressed when he got home at night and Steven is still looking for a job because he doesn't like the ones he has been offered, (also he has missed most of the interviews and he is a rather an inpatient person.)
Mr and Mrs Benson got married in the village church, where they go every Sunday while their sons are looking after the shop. They recently put on a marvellous show at the Church for the village they raised £248 which has gone to different charities, and the village was so proud of them.
In the shop lots of jolly customers come in for instance Mrs Shaw aged 62 comes in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to buy the same eatables and drinks, a bottle of semi-skimmed milk, a tub of Margarine, a box of eggs and a bag of mixed salads. Then there's Mr Watts and what a lovely looking person he is. He works for the local police and has helped with the inquiry with the recent theft at the shop. Mr. Barr comes in on Fridays to by a selection of fruit and a variety of tins.
Mr. Barr has become a great friend of the family. When it was Mrs. Benson's 39th birthday he got her a lovely ginger cat (which she named Tabby) because he new she was an animal lover and every now and then she puts her change in to the R.S.P.C.A funds.
Year 5&6 from Adswood Primary School created this description