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One of the Staff

Delivering bread is all in a day's work for this modern day work-horse.

Documentary 1977 9 mins

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George and Nellie Bond who run Bond's Bakery at Congleton in Cheshire have a particularly valued member of staff in Talbot. He arrives for work promptly, asking only for a cup of tea before he sets out on his rounds. He's so popular with the customers that they don't ask about Bond's Bakery's next delivery. Instead they want to know when Talbot will be visiting next. Just who is this super-popular star of the Cheshire baking scene?

The film was made by Roger Moorey who was the West Midlands Arts Film Fellow 1977-78.