Today, when we need groceries, we simply hop in the car and head to the closest supermarket. Food is easily available, and we can get it any time we wish. In the past though, this was not the case. Food was often delivered, or purchased in bulk, so that multiple trips to the shops could be avoided.
Isobel Harrison and her brother Ken Turnidge recall what ‘shopping’ used to be like:
Photo courtesy of Hornsby Shire Historical Society