Becky Want. The shop was a ironmonger's owned by Mr Sutton who was Becky's Grandfather and June's father. Ray
While I lived in Market street June married Ernie and they took over the shop but IIRC it kept her father's name. In my time (1950s/60s) the shop sold TVs, etc., and had records (possibly upstairs and as a teenager I used to go there to spend my Christmas and birthday record tokens).
The ironmongers was Walsh's, presided over by Mrs Walsh who died last year in her 90s. I went to school with Stuart Walsh. The family were in the building trade.
As a very small girl I was appalled when the stone cottages with gardens in front, next to Trinity Chapel, were demolished to build the hideous 50s modern block of shops (where Boots is now). It probably counted as slum clearance and they may have provided very unsatisfactory living conditions but I thought they were very pretty - to be fair I couldn't have been much older than 4 or 5 when they went. I've been very much against things being knocked down in the name of mammon ever since.