The first Heritage Project was to collect, preserve and create a DVD of all 269 published Vision Magazines. The following individuals made significant contributions towards the collection. Joanne Maizonnier-Bridges, Basil Brown, Alan Cryer, Ray Dance, Dave Morris, Alan Phelps, Brian Reeves, Chris Warren.
The DVD is available at a cost of £3.00 (plus £1.00 P&P if required). This includes a contribution to future project costs. Please use the contact page to get in touch.
The Memories of Rank Xerox Mitcheldean website was created by GMP Software of Ross-on-Wye with the support, of a group of ex-employees. The current project team consists of: Gerald Cooke, Ian Hale, Stuart Harrold and Keith Wilding. In addition to the website, significant enhancements have been made to the Xerox Museum in Mitcheldean Town Hall.
The Project was established in January 2017 to gather together, to preserve and share the heritage associated with the Mitcheldean Plant. From its early days as a Brewery through to Xerox, taking in:
Many thanks to these contributors:
Anonymous, Jeremy Barnard, Mark Barnard, Joan Beavan, Paul Beddis, Mike Bendall, Jill Bennett, Robin Berks, Rowan Berks, Peter Blake, Brian Buckland, Trevor Bullock, A Caldwell, Charles Carr, Richard Chambers, Shane Cherry, David Cooke, Gerald Cooke, John Court, Terry Darrington, Alec Davis, Allan Edwards, David James Evans, Graham Firth, Robin Fyffe, Bill Gilmour, Daren Green, Raymond Grolimund, Katherine Haines, Ian Hale, Ann Hall, Stuart Harrold, Jerry Hatch, Tony Haynes, Nick Hill, Kevin Horrobin, Bob Howell, Tim Humphries, Roger Imm, Dennis King, Phil King, Derek Knibbs, John Lewis, Trevor Knight, Keith Marfell, Adrian Meek, Sean Mills, Jeff Morgan, Bernard Morris, Fred Niblett, Robert Parkinson (also behalf of the late Don Parkinson), Ruth Patterson, K A Phillips, Nora Powell, Chris Rawlings, Brian Reeves, David Sanderson, Graham Spencer, Mike Stevenson, David Stokes, Ken Syme, Keith Taylor, Arthur Thomas, Hugh Thomas, Bob Turner, Charlie Walker, Roy Watkins, David Wear, Graham Whitaker, John Whitney, Keith Wilding, Colin Williams, Geoff Williams, Ula Woolley, Dave Wood, Don Wood.