The apprentice will help the licensed electrician to install and maintain electrical systems. When repairs are needed, the apprentice will carry these out. The electrician will install wiring and will measure, cut, and manipulate the wiring to fit a certain context, such as receptacles, switches, transformers, or distribution boxes.
Write and submit your memories here. Leslie Walker fromsays he "enjoyed it there. We had to listen to Princess Margrets wedding on the radio. The sun always shone. A signwriting apprenticeship electrician Officer tried to get me to play hockey.
I deliberately fouled my opponent and was sent off with a ban never to be allowed to play again. The guy in the centre of the photo holding the plaque, could never make a bed pack so we had to make it for him it ended up round when he made it " The photograph Fintan sent is listed as ' - Hut ' Ron Moore fromhas "Good memories - still in touch with good friend John Wilcox from Didcot, although he was in a different hut but same squadron.
Although continued with sport throughout my younger years, have never been as fit as when I left Bridgnorth. Look back often at the laughs we had and memories of travelling to and from London on Whittles Coaches.
Ended constription at Air Ministry, London,working underground. Would love to hear from anybody who may remember this period. Am in contact with Tony Saunders and Stan Gorin.
A fleet of ambulances removed a fair few of my flight after the lights went up in the local cinema one night. I agree with everything that has been said, you certainly came out of basic training better for it despite the bullying you had to endure.
All aimed at making you learn that you had to do as you were told. My biggest regret is that I lost contact with the friends I made in my 2 years National Service, I've never forgotten them and often wonder what they went on to achieve. There are a lot of young men and women today who, in my opinion, would definitely benefit from a dose of National Service.
There we were introduced to a lovely pint of scrumpy cider, that none of us had had before. We downed two or three pints and on leaving, hit the cold air and almost passed out. Our heads the following morning, man did they hammer.
The pub, oh yes it was called 'The Squirrel'. Bus taking us back to camp from London got out of control and we skidded into a gas station and came to rest hard against the gas pumps.
We got thrown everywhere the grey coats we were wearing prevented a lot of cuts and bruises. I was seated in the front with a guy called Collin.
We got out the front door as quick as we could, there was a guy dangling down from a widow that he had gone through.
He was not moving, I lifted head gently to see if I could help him. He immediately said shove me back in my b Don't know what happened to him. We were all eventually taken to a hospital, some guys knocked about pretty bad, but those grey coats were very useful. I am sure everybody was asleep at the time with the large collars pulled up high.
The guy with the squashed b I got married during my 2 years National Service to my British wife, been married to her for 53 years, live in the USA.
I was told Cpl Wilcox got killed in a motor bike accident. Hope it's not true. He was a good lad. I have been through all the pictures but he is not named so would only be guessing if it was him. He was married to Dorothy and had three children, two of which were born while he was stationed there.
I know this is a long shot but I've been though your list of service people and he doesn't come up. Only one other Fowler comes up and its not him. Please please can you help in any way. I was at Bridgnorth for recruit training at the start of my National Service.
I happened to be one of the unfortunates who was assigned to this block. I met him some years later and he told me he went on to become a medical orderly for the remainder of his National Service, whereas I became an armament mechanic.Search for apprenticeships, traineeships, school-based positions and labour hire.
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