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Apprentice intake August 1949
Click on the photograph to enlarge the image. Back row (Standing L-R) Mr Fairbrother; Tony Purver ; ? ; ? ; Chris ...
Arthur Fitton Fielding
Club captain 1897-1900
One of Fielding and Platt's earliest employees in the late 1860s
Filing and photography departments, 1949-1951
From Apprentice in 1924 to Experimental Design Engineer in 1946
Derek Moseley: starting at Fieldings
Internal Transport Department from 1966
Photographs of presses from 1941
Machines used in wartime production
Chipping Campden School
WW11 Pig Club
Keeping pigs in Chipping Campden
The black market in WW11
'Fair exchanges' in Chipping Campden!
Derek Moseley: my early memories
Christmas parties in the 1950s and Dad's work on the spares' bench
Memories of the Apprentice School and the Hydraulics Fitting Shop in the 1960s
Frederick and Ralph Schollar
Employees in the 1920s
Apprentice pattern-maker 1934-1939
Fielding and Platt Memory Day
Visitors let us know what they thought of the day
Memories of an engineering apprentice in the late 1970s
Memories of the Filing and Stationary Office during the late 1950s
What Fielding & Platt records are in the collections and how are the Archives relevant to you?
Memories of the Apprentice School and Fitting Shop in the 1960s
Fielding and Platt Sports Ground
Shown in 1902 Ordnance Survey Map of Hempsted
Jenny Brooks was Barton
This is a photo of the wedding of my Auntie Jean and Uncle Doug (Allen). The bridesmaid standing next to...
Sample sections of some typical Aluminium Extrusions of the era, c.1960
I worked as a design/draughtsman for ASL Portashowers in Nantwich in 1972 - 1974. I used RTZ extrusions for all...
A book on Fielding & Platt?
YES! I would certainly buy at least one copy of a book on the history of Fielding & Platt. An...
Graham 'Chippy' Aston
REUNION 25th APRIL 2003
Hi John, photo 35, Charlie Ford in the middle and photo 41, Peter Preece on the left. Ed: Many thanks,...
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