The Brighton and Hove Engineerium

Johnathan Minns
1979, Vol. 12, No. 1,

Abstract


I was lucky enough to become apprenticed to one of the finest mechanical engineering companies in the country, namely W.H. AlIens of Bedford. It was during the middle 50's when the true values of real skill were, I believe, still taught in the clear understanding that they would not only continue to be marketable, but even more importantly, that they provided men and women with the constant and limitless combination of physical and intellectual challenge which inevitably leads to a near complete sense of job satisfaction.


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