And so the story continues.......
In the sick bay, first impression was of the cleanliness of the well equipped rooms. The Sister presiding told of how she and her four staff had dealt with 70 patients before 10 o clock that morning. Apparently, all manner of cuts, burns and sores are tended at the sick bay. If an employee chances to be troubled by lumbago or gout then there's a Physiotherapy Deartment with it's modern heat treatment.
But Mullard is really quite a healthy place, possibly fittest in it's "baby" section -- the Training School. Here, there is full scale machinery for 20 apprentices and throughout the works, some 50 youngsters are being given practical and theoretical tuition. The Head Insructor and his assistant advised that in the school workshop, the boys carry out all sorts of machining and fitting work and that no question goes unanswered. And below we see a photo of four apprentices, in the age range 15 to 17 setting up a Karger lathe in the training school under the watchful eye of the Head Instructor: -
Part 4 of this tale will be coming soon.