Westwood Works 1903-2003
A well-attended Annual Dinner was one of the highlights of the year when retired people mingled with senior managers from the Company to talk over old times.
These events began in 1957 when Bob Griggs suggested a Sausage Supper for retired members, then meeting regularly on Thursdays. This was such a success that Harold Crowther supported the idea of an annual event. The Sausage Supper grew into a dinner for 550 people in a local hotel banqueting suite.
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