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Dave Budrey remembers the Tool Room
I worked in the tool room after my stint in the light machine shop. At that time the foreman was ...
Alan Jay's memories of working on CEGEDUR
I started with Fielding’s in 1957 as an office boy then into Craft School in ’58 and a whole new ...
WILLIAM H VERRINDER
William was an employee of the Company during the First World War. Prior to the introduction of Conscription in 1916, ...
200 ton Laboratory Extrusion Press, O/No. E89800, c.1975
for v/o Stankoimport, Moscow, c.1975
200 ton Double-Ended Deep Drawing & Ironing Machine, O/No. V87820, c.1974
for The Ansul Co., Wisconsin, USA, c.1974
120 ton Double-Ended Deep Drawing & Ironing Machine, O/No. V87350, c.1974
for Imperial Metal Industries Ltd. (IMI), Witton, Birmingham, c.1974
500 ton Straightening & Trimming Press, O/No. X87460, c.1974
for v/o Metallurgimport, USSR, c.1974
A series of leaflets of presses and equipment
Issued c.1970 under the Redman Heenan International Group banner
Many thanks to Ray Davis, Apprentice in the 1950’s, for supplying these photographs. Photograph No. 1 1954, Saracens Head Hotel. Left of ...
Apprentice Cricket at Worcester 1955
Many thanks to Ray Davis, apprentice in the 1950’s, for supplying these photographs. They feature a Cricket Match that took ...
Joined F&P in 1959
Started his apprenticeship in 1956
Herbert Charles Roach, born 1883
Audrey Fussell, Herbert’s granddaughter, reports that he served an engineering apprenticeship in Gloucester and is almost certain it was at ...
3 Leg race
GLOUCESTER RETRO DAY, SATURDAY 26th AUGUST.
F & P Heritage Group were once again pleased to be allocated space at the Kings Square end of Kings ...
REUNION, HELD ON 2nd SEPTEMBER.
The Heritage Group once again organised a ‘get together’ for ex-employees and their partners. It took place at Walls Club, ...
GERALD WILLIAMS Apprentice Training School Instructor.
Gerald and his wife recently visited Gloucester from their home in Germany. Gerald brought with him some slides of pictures ...
Office boy, Apprentice and a busy career from then on.
John Lewis (the Cinderford one!)
From F&P Apprentice to early, but busy, retirement.
Notable Orders: 1890s (cont'd)
A further selection of orders received towards the turn of the century
PERMISSION TO PERFORM.
The pages displayed here show that, in 1946, conditional permission was granted to stage musical and vocal events on Company premises ...
Trained at F&P, then found various adventures around the world!
PLANNING A FUTURE IN ENGINEERING
Memories of a Machinist
The Home Guard
Stan Russell, middle row far left. Ed: Stan, many thanks for the information. Let's hope we can identify a few...
Leonard “Peno” Lane
My grandfather and great grandfather! Ed: Hi Andrew! Thanks for the info. Glad you spotted this one on our ever-increasing...
In the hopes that Dorothy Saul-Pooley checks in with this sight I am the granddaughter of John Platt, sister of...
120 BHP 4 cyl. Vertical Oil Engine, c.1935
John, I am still hoping that some day I will hear of one of the vertical diesels still in existence...
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