Pullins History

Mr T.G Pullin

Thomas was an ambitious family man from a farming background. He founded Pullin’s in 1925 with a loan he took from a local flour miller after selling his land and livestock. He will always be remembered as an entrepreneurial, inspirational figure to all the family and was a well known member of the community during his baking years.

Thomas passed away in 1948 after growing the bakery from a single shop to a business delivering bread to the neighbouring towns and villages using horse and cart, with three shops and 8 craft bakers.

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