Tim is well suited for his work as an M.A.C. member, because he has always been keenly and actively interested in welfare activity, having been an Essex County Council welfare officer. He is an accredited Methodist local preacher and looks after a Sunday School.
“Of course,” he said, “some matters have to be talked about at meetings. But it is always best to try to get them settled beforehand - or at least talk them over and decide what to do.
Tim has been loading lorries from the despatch department for the two years he has been with British Bata. It is his first year on the M.A.C. “There is a spirit of co-operation here that is very encouraging,” he said, “and I feel that it makes for a very happy atmosphere.”