Menus, Prices and People

This section contains an assortment of material covering both the main establishment and the premises at 48 & 49 High Street.

The staff were large in number and clearly very much part of a loyal team. Smart uniforms, modern facilities, and some of the best catering standards in the country brought together a sense of pride and commitment.

A booklet to inform customers of the services on offer and the charges

Dellers cooked meats were also available to buy from the 48-49 High Street shop.

These menus show the wide selection available from Dellers Café

The following pages showcase the three main Dellers sites in the West County

The branch at 48 – 49 High street is currently occupied by Waterstones book shop.

The former Dellers building in Taunton can still be seen today from Bridge Street.

A gift album of photos from the dance company that was associated with Dellers events over many years.

Horace West and his musicians provided the music for many of the Dellers events.

Dellers staff party in 1925

Dellers staff party in 1933

Dellers staff

Dellers staff party

Dellers staff party

Their departure was marked with a special album.


Lily Rogers, Dot Partridge and Ethel Slee on the roof of Deller’s Bedford Circus during the 1930s. Their signatures can be found in the autograph book presented to Mr and Mrs Williams.
Deller’s will never return as Dot knew it and her telling us about that special place keeps the memory alive.
Dot is one of the few Delleristas who worked at Bedford Street. On Sunday 1st September she is 100 years old.
Well done Dorothy and Many Happy Returns from Major and Mrs. Williams-Hawkes’ grandchildren.