DEDICATED Brian Chorley has worked for the same firm for almost 70 years and has no plans to retire.
Brian, 83, who has never had a day off sick, started with shoe giant C. & J. Clark in 1953 cuando él era 15.
He took a short break when its factory HQ shut but returned when the Clarks Village shopping centre opened on the site.
Grandad Brian is now a member of its guest services team, which greets visitors to the complex of 93 shops in Street, “Tenía un mono que mi abuela y mi tía me prepararon y desde entonces he querido seguir esto como carrera..
He spent some time on furlough during the pandemic but could not wait to return.
Brian, whose first pay packet was £2 and 3 shillings, dicho: “I’ve always wanted to work.
“When I started, we were quite poor. Dad was in the Army. I still love working now.
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“I don’t want to sit in an armchair all day — it’s boring. I want to get out and see people.”
Brian, whose wife Pauline died in 2014, looks to Sir David Attenborough — still working at 95 — as his role model.
Él agregó: “I’ve just passed a health check with flying colours and I want to go on as long as I can — I want to be like Sir David.”