Workers cheque out

PUBLISHED: 12:35 27 April 2007 | UPDATED: 22:46 28 May 2010

Workers cheque out

Workers cheque out

FIVE retiring London Brick Company workers who between them had given more than 168 years service to the firm all received cheques at a special presentation in 1967. The men, all employed at the King s Dyke works, were James Treadwell, Amos Rippin, Willi

FIVE retiring London Brick Company workers who between them had given more than 168 years' service to the firm all received cheques at a special presentation in 1967.

The men, all employed at the King's Dyke works, were James Treadwell, Amos Rippin, William Tinkler, W Fordham and A Stacey.

The presentations were made by Mr V Hackney, district works manager. Also there were Mr R V Garratt, manager of the Whittlesey area, and Mr F Moore, a retired manager.

Mr Tinkler, 70, started as a press boy and had spent his last 36 years as a pan feeder. The cheques were subscribed to by colleagues at the King's Dyke works.


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