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Pauline Anderson (née Stock)
Introduced to F&P by Morgan Walton.
Some photographs of the machinery Dad worked on, 1940s-1970s
PETER NORRIDGE Apprentice, Planner & Estimator 1958 - 1982
An aptitude for metalwork at school and meeting the Apprentice Supervisor at the swimming baths directed Peter to Fielding & ...
Apprentice 1971-5: the Boiler Yard, having your palm read in the Pipe Shop, becoming groundsman at Hempsted, & more...
Philip John Cook was born in 1923 and commenced a 7 year Apprenticeship as a fitter in 1938
Philip cycled to work from Churchdown during the wartime ‘blackout’ and worked a 48 hour week, all for 10/- !! He ...
PHILIP JOHN COOK.
It is with sadness we report the death of Philip at the age of 94. He served a 7 year ...
Assistant Chief Draughtsman in the '70s and '80s
Technical College to Fielding & Platt
Office boy, Apprentice and a busy career from then on.
From Apprentice to Managing Director
From apprentice in 1944 to Electrical Department foreman until 1966
From Apprentice in 1949 to Chief Inspector
Roy Stoves - Turner
Roy tells us about his time at Fieldings where he specialised as a turner on the lathes in the light machine shop.
Apprentice pattern-maker 1934-1939
Stan was born in Gloucester when the family lived in Theresa St, off the Bristol Rd. Subsequently they moved to ...
STEVE BAKER. From Work Experience to Mechanical Design Engineer 1988 until 2000.
Steve attended Dean Magna School in the Forest of Dean and studied Maths, Physics and Technical Drawing and so had ...
Stephen Hugh Davies, born in 1915, joined Fielding & Platt as an apprentice in 1932, rising to become an Assistant ...
Joined F&P in 1959
F & P and me!
Apprentice Machinist, 1924-1931, and star of Atlas Works and Gloucester Rugby
Memories of a Machinist
Jim Fielding, Reggie Rowles and David Rowles
The Jay family remembered by Valerie Evans, nee Jay
Dad (Hubert Lester Jay) played rugby for Fielding and Platt. I know he loved his rugby and I think later ...
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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