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Sadly, we have to record that Keith passed away on the 20th April 2020, at the age of 85. A ...
TERENCE OWEN DIX
Known affectionally asTerry by all his colleagues at F & P. It is with sadness that we report that Terry ...
Graham started his apprenticeship in 1953
On Saturday morning, 7th March 2020, a reunion for former F&P employees took place. This was in the form of ...
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Sadly,Mike passed away on December 29th 2019 at the age of 84. BUT, due to the sad demise of Mike’s ...
Fielding & Platt Football Team
Click on the photograph to enlarge the image. What memories does this photo bring back? Perhaps you played in this side ...
PETER L SIMPSON 1942-2019
An epitaph compiled by Simon Marshall of the Severn Valley Railway. Grateful thanks to Simon for giving his permission for ...
REUNION of ex F & P colleagues and their partners 5th October 2019
Once again the venue was Hardwicke Village Hall. Just over 60 attended. Ollie Taylor opened the proceedings by welcoming everyone ...
Updated Fielding & Platt pension scheme details
The Fielding’s (Redman Heenan Group) Pension scheme was run by a company by the name of St.Modwen and is currently ...
Roy passed away peacefully on the 20th August 2019 at the age of 82. Whilst at F & P, he ...
My father, Bill Hoult, worked at Fielding & Platt from approximately 1940 until he was made redundant in around 1986. ...
Tuesday 6th August saw the demise of yet another of our well-known and respected colleagues, Arthur Rigby. Arthur’s funeral has been ...
Today we have to report the death of yet another former colleague, Eric Penning. Eric joined the Company in 1938 as ...
Today we have to record the death of another ex-colleague, Donald (Don) Blake, on the 23rd of March 2019. He was ...
THE FIRST REUNION OF 2019 took place on Saturday 2nd March at Gloucestershire Archives. It took the form of a ...
60 ton Vertical Press, O/No. 9369, c.1941
for Impregnated Diamond Products Ltd., c.1941
80 ton Shell Heading Press, O/No. 9646, c.1941
for the Ministry of Supply, c.1941
50 ton Horizontal Reducing Press, O/No. 8498, c.1939
for Rubery Owen Ltd., c.1939
100 ton Six-Station Tile Press, O/No. 8306, c.1938
for Turners Asbestos Cement Ltd., c.1938
90 ton Horizontal Extrusion Press, O/No. 8182, c.1938
for Magnesium Castings Products Ltd., c. 1938
1 ton press, c.1940
for Manu Marble Ltd., Gloucester
70 ton Cartridge Case Tapering Press, O/No. 8272, c.1938
for E. Curran & Co. Ltd., c.1938
125 ton Vertical Shell Heading Press, O/No. 8180, c.1938
for the War Office, c.1938
100 ton Shell Drawing Press, O/No. 8136, c.1937
for I.C.I Metals, Ltd., for Swansea, c.1937
1600 ton Horizontal Aluminium Extrusion Plant, views taken on site, O/No. 63230, c.1963
Hi John! Yes, I was working on it for about two years. One night I was cutting through a piece...
TERENCE OWEN DIX
! worked on the marking out table that backed onto Terry's machine. I bought my first car off him and...
Graham 'Chippy' Aston
I can only just remember Keith from my short time in the toolroom during my apprenticeship, but sad all the...
Cricket team photograph
Hi I am researching my family history and I have come across this photo. I believe that W. Cousins is...
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