1953 Neville May
In the first ten years following WW2 we were still on rationing, which meant that even the Friday breakfast missile-like sh cakes got eaten. To supplement one’s evening meal personal cans of food could be heated in the school kitchen. On one occasion Roger Childs (Cs) was pouring his can of soup into a bowl when there was a clunk! A piece of machinery had wandered, and the next week Roger was regaled by a visitor from Heinz who set him up with their products for months.