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From Fitter to Acceptance Engineer Supervisor
Jack & others pictured with a lathe for machining crankshafts
Occupational Health Nursing Sister, 1977-1981
Jean Leach (née Hebberd)
Tracer in the Drawing Office
Derek Tidmarsh and I visited Jean in her flat in Weston Super Mare in November 2018. Jean is now 91 and ...
In this audio clip John Davis remembers Jenny Goode and her leaving party. Jenny was a secretary at Fielding and Platt ...
Working in No. 1 Hydraulic on tooling for a Slab Press
Jim Hurcombe and Sylvia Brown.
Memories from their son Roy.
Trained at F&P, then found various adventures around the world!
Ann Bray shares her memories of her Dad
From workshops to buying dept. via inspection.
Sales - Concrete
From Apprentice in 1949 to Junior Apprentice Instructor in 1953
For many years in the Maintenance Department.
John Lewis (the Cinderford one!)
From F&P Apprentice to early, but busy, retirement.
John Mabbett & Les George
In this audio file, John Davis remembers John Mabbett who was a “very skilled” Fitter. In one of the photographs, ...
JOHN MORLEY - Personnel Manager - 1971 until 1975.
John applied for this position made vacant when Mr Geoffrey Morton left the company. After an initial ‘screening’ he was ...
Memories of the Apprentice School and Fitting Shop in the 1960s
One of Fielding and Platt's earliest employees in the late 1860s
Memories of an engineering apprentice in the late 1970s
From Apprentice in 1941 to Electrical Engineer
Filing and photography departments, 1949-1951
John William Houghton
My father worked for Fielding and Platt before WW1. I think that he was possibly an apprentice: are there any ...
Ralph Hart Tweddell 1843-1895
The Fielding Family
The Lane Family
The Platt Family
The Williams Family
The Paul Regester Collection
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