I've just caught up with your website and enjoyed some old memories. I've even got some of the old staff magazines on my bookshelves to remind me of the sixties when I cleaned, filled, stacked and creamed lots of Job's milk on the production line at Hanworth.
I cycled home to Thames Ditton clutching the statutory pint after a hard day's work. I got to play cricket for Job's 1st XI at the Milk Marketing Board after which I joined the Hampton MWB team and sunk sixes into the reservoirs along the Ham Road.
Anyhow, people I remember were John Bishop and Simon Roberts and of course the boss, Douglas!
I'm retired now and enjoy being a local town crier, volunteer FINA swimming championship driver, a performer at the last Commonwealth Games having sung in the MCG for the Opening Ceremony dressed as a pink lawn bowler doing the R & R of the sixties then singing Australia's National Anthem (the scene with the flying green tram)