This autobiography depicts the trials and tribulations experienced by a hard-working apprentice electrician, as well as documenting times of laughter and fun. Tim Wren was fourteen when he left school and started work in wartime Brighton. In time, the opportunity arose to become a full apprentice and ‘go out on the tools’. Tim’s work took him to many different places, including the Royal Pavilion, when it was converted into an army hospital for Indian soldiers and an Italian prisoner of war camp in Billingshurst, West Sussex. However, if the truth be told, Tim seemed to spend most of his working hours with his colleagues, frequenting the teashops of Brighton!
|Thanks||West Sussex Gazette for help and co-operation and permission to use an extract|
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|Team||Polly Arnett, Charlotte Harry, Sheena Macdonald, Nick Osmond|
|Printer||Digaprint Limited, Unit Two, 54 Hollingdean Road, Brighton BN2 4AA|