Race, 1950s

Fielding and Platt Sports' Day


Albert Broady is the fifth racer from the left, in the glasses, braces, and tie.

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  • Gerald Gough writes:

    “I was in Gloucester a few weeks ago to visit my mother. We took the time to visit the Quays and we also popped into the exhibition. I was amazed to see my grandfather, Albert Broady, running in a race in a photo taken in the 1950’s … My grandfather (Albert Broady) worked at Fielding’s and retired there sometime in the late 1960s or early 1970s. I think that one of his daughters Joyce Broady also worked there.”

    By Ollie Taylor (22/10/2013)

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