Roundsman keeps the milk flowing for over 65 years
Liverpool born milkman Norman Bowyer celebrates 65 years long service at Mortons dairy in Maghull.
From the age of eight Norman used to help his father deliver the daily orders to customers in Dingle, Liverpool. Norman said "Back in the day we used huge milk churns brought by horse and cart from Liverpool Railway Station". Norman at the age of eight used to wash and clean the bottles, fill up with fresh milk to be delivered round the city. Loading up horse and carts they would hit the streets in the early hours each morning.
Norman who now lives
in High Moss, Ormskirk, has always ensured his customers get their daily
deliveries of fresh milk and great local produce. Nothing has stopped this
loyal member of staff on his daily rounds, even through the depths of winter.
During the heavy snow of 2010, Norman transferred his deliveries to a sledge in
order to reach his customers, walking over icy roads and through heavy snow he
ensured families received their orders.
We would like to Thank & Congratulate Norman on 65 years of service, here's to many more.