Four decades of service at popular bakery is icing on the cake for Andy

Four decades of service at popular bakery is icing on the cake for Andy
 

When Andy Howes knocked on the door at Oddie’s Bakery on Scotland Road in Nelson, the king of rock n' roll, Elvis Presley was top of the charts, a pint of beer cost 25p and England was celebrating the Queen’s Silver Jubilee.
The year was 1977 and Andy was only 15.
And he had just one question for Bill Tillotson, the man who answered the door to him: "What do you have to do to become a baker?"
Andy is now celebrating four decades of service with the 100 year old family owned firm
Recalling how he always wanted to be a baker Andy said: “I was at Colne Park High School, and when I... read more

 
25 November 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 107
Source: Pendle Today
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