I have just discovered the Job's Dairy website, which I found very interesting. I have had connections with Job's Dairy all my life until they sold out to Unigate Dairies in 1987. The connection was through my grandfather, father, mother, uncle, myself and my second husband.
My grandfather worked as a lorry driver collecting milk from around all the farms. His name was William Fidgett (known as George). My father Fred Fidgett started at Hanworth as a trailer boy and then went into the TT room and used to bottle milk by hand. He then became a roundsman at Twickenham branch with my uncle, Frank Tokley, until the age of 20 when they were called up for national service.
My father after returning from war returned to Job's and was made manager at Ewell, Marsden in Oxfordshire, Didcot and then Basingstoke in October 1960 where he stayed until his retirement. My mother Win Fidgett started at Hanworth in the office where she met my father and they married in February 1941. She used to run the office and the shops and then became head bookeeper with my father until she retired at Basingstoke.