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    Manze Pie and Mash Shop on Walthamstow High Street receives Grade II listed status from English Heritage: "This 1920s example with its beautifully preserved interior is among the best of an increasingly rare kind, and strongly deserves to be listed."

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    L Manze Eel Pie and Mash Shop. L Manze Eel Pie and Mash Shop. A Walthamstow Pie and Mash shop has been listed Grade II by Heritage Minister Ed Vaizey. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/pie-and-mash-shop-goes-down-in-history

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