Darlo123 wrote:Just wondering if anyone can provide information on Scott's bakery? My mother died very recently and I know that her grandfather was (I belive) the founder of the bakery (Bill Scott I think).\ My mother was Rachael Scott and she had two brothers Ian Scott and Ken Scott (Ian still being alive and living in Lytham St Annes. Any info would be greatly appreciated in relation to history or former family or friends?
filsgreen wrote:Hands up whose Dad's worked there and got them a job as a van lad . Secondly how many people do you know who got sacked as a van lad .... Me. We were told in March 1977 if we were off on the Saturday we would be sacked. Well I was getting the bullet in May because I would be 18 so I went anyway Needless to say P45 on the Monday. Waterloo Dole the following Monday
scotty wrote:I was a van lad for Scotts about 1960 ish.My driver was a ladies man who had more girlfriends than hot dinners.He used to make me get in the back while he had his way with them.I also remember a driver who was bald but put black shoe polish on his head to hide it.I remember one time at xmas, dropping a huge trifle and getting in deep sh##t.We made great tips at xmas time
filsgreen wrote:xanadu wrote:I WAS FRANKS VAN LAD FOR 2 YEARS IN THE 70S MY NAME BEING BILL GRACE, HOW IS FRANK?
Welcome to the site Bill. If you are referring to my post, I'm afraid Frank died several years ago of Cancer. What years were you there?
filsgreen wrote:Hiya Bill, yes, Frank was a top bloke with a very dry sense of humour. Frank and my Dad played for the County quiz team, which was based at the Maghull Country club. I was there from the October 1975 to March 1977. With getting the sack for taking the Saturday off for going to the League cup final, I had no chance of being kept on. I loved working there, the smell of fresh bread at 5am was great, once you got downwind of the Peerless of course.
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