Keith Ettle shares a story of his Dad

One night in the 70’s when he was about 80+ we were watching a tv prog about ‘Windows’.

He was true Bristolian and said ‘Gaw blimey kid, now I know what I did’. He would set up the machines to cut the printed paper that Robs printed for wrappers and boxes so that it was in the size and shape wanted.

They had a job to cut silver paper, they thought for chocolate or food wrapping but seeing the shape and size on the tv he recognised it as the job he did. All those years after he knew what he was doing!

Hope you get this in a readable form and is of interest. Regards


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