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Increase Offer (PIE)
Day Loans A warning
Unions & Local News
Photo B'ham Anchor
Hurd Seeking Contact with London External Engrs
Telecom B'ham Past & Present
Nat Federation of
Project to build a
small Strowger Demo Exchange
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revised 27 June 2015
Workers Union (CWU)
The CWU, under the
banner of, "Remember Your Pensioners, BT!," are
planning to negotiate with BT, for Pensioners to be offered the same
discount, on products and services, as are offered to employees.
Charges for Transferring BT Pension Payments Abroad
This should make you Smile.
A Plan 107 (A Boss/Secretary system) was being
installed and the extension telephone was to be situated alongside another
Telephone. When the job was completed the lady asked for a different colour for the extension telephone. Asked why? She said
"so she could tell
which one was ringing!!" a statement she repeated. The Fitter simply
adjusted the bell coils and all was well. (Comment; Did he mean 'bell gongs?' )
Story taken from a post on Facebook Group GPO Telephones
If you happened to land
on this site and expected the
Cable and Wireless Site
Click on the CW
and Wireless Pensioners Associated Site Launched
BT pensioners site has been further developed to create an Associate Site which I
hope will prove popular with C&W Pensioners. Links between the two
sites will be provided for those with an interest in both companies.
Loose Out in BT Drive to
cut costs.On Wednesday 14 November 2012, I received my usual copy of BT Today
(Pensioner Edition) and it was with some dismay that on page 21. I read
that the Pensioner Edition would cease publication from this issue
onwards, because it can no longer be funded. Does BT really need to make
such meagre savings off the back of itís pensioners?
A Point of View
site is principally to enable PO/BT Pensioners, employees and ex-employees
to re-establish contact with old colleagues.
Photographs Page has
been added to the
site and photographs are urgently required. Men/Women at work, in training
or at leisure could be interesting subjects. Jpeg format preferred. Upgraded
08 Apr 13, to improve presentation
BT Pension Scheme
Declines to Publicise or
Offer any assistance with this site
is the time of year when we are informed of the BT pension increase for
2013/14. My notice of increase arrived 24 April and as expected the
increase was 2.2% based on the September 2012 CPI measure of inflation.
This compares with:
The RPI measure of
inflation of 2.6%
The State Pension Increase for
2013/14 of 2.6%
Cable & Wireless Pension Scheme increase of 3.1%.Read
Here for a BTPS explanation of the effect of GMP on Pension
Telephone Kiosk No.6 Feature Page
Where old Red Telephone
Boxes go to die?
CandW Website featured in CAWPA News Summer 2013 Edition does not seem
to be of much interest to C&W Pensioners.
me Why? email@example.com
BT People are New Published Authors
former PO photographer, Pen name
the reprographic unit at 2-12 Farringdon Road in the 1960s and
Helsdon, a veteran of BT International (Faraday, Wood Street, Wren
House and Kelvin), published his first novel a few years ago, a
comedy-thriller called SHAIKH-DOWN under the pen-name of David
Gee. His second book, The Bexhill
Missile Crisis. has
now been published and is now available to buy as
an e-book from the Amazon Kindle store as well as in paperback
from your local bookstore or direct from the publishers to order a copy
as e-book or paperback click on www.davidgeebooks.com
3. Stanley George:
'Please Wipe your Boots'
Now Available in Paperback
memoir by a 1960's apprentice and an essential read for all ex engineers.
4. Roger Parr: 'Our Thoughts Entirely'
A collection of poems with a rich mixture of emotions - love, humour,
melancholy - and thought-provoking themes.
BT Retiree, David Wyatt, writes from N. Zealand to BT Pensioners ReconnectÖ..
I'm hoping that you are able to assist me I worked at BT for approx
17 yrs and emigrated in 1982.
on this Story
Interested in Researching your Family
Click on link below for more
information and a 10% Discount
with The Genealogist
you a World War II Veteran or do you know someone who is?
former WWII Lancaster Bomber Crew Member, Ted Cachart, has contacted me to help publicise
grants that are available from the Big Lottery Fund to enable veterans
and their widows/widowers to pay a remembrance visit to the area in which
they served. Applications can be made if a grant has not been received since
2009. Grants range from £330 - £5500
(for Far East Visits)
The Big Lottery Fund Tel. No. is 0845 00 00121
can be contacted by phone 01773 853181 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
about Ted the 15 year old Bomber Crew hero and his amazing and inspiring
recent death of Ted Cachart is reported on Fiskerton airfield web site.
You Name Them
Anchor People - C.1970 Can you name anymore people?
Also the Photo Gallery and Albums
You Name Them
A or B Course - Bletchley Park C.1956/7
Jenkins is Back Row 3rd from left -are you out there somewhere John?
supplied by Mel Smith
BT Pensioner Groups
See Local Groups page.
London N. West
London Centre /West End/Inbound
Group Advanced 0800
This group is very active and
has regular re-unions.
- organiser email@example.com
Re-union Photographs are published
on this site Click Here
would you like to make contact with?
Would you like to make contact with some old colleague in particular? If so let me have details to post the name here
Website which is independent of BT, receives no financial support from any
source and is entirely funded by me Bill
Rees who developed the site.
can now search for former
colleagues by Surname only,
as well as First Name and
Now that you have visited the site, please
become a member, even
if you feel that you won't revisit very often. Increasing the number of
members improves the functionality of the site.
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