FACTORY WELFARE WORK: WELFARE AT PILKINGTON'S GLASS FACTORY, ST HELENS, LANCASHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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The welfare facilities at the glass factory include 45 acres of recreation grounds. The grounds comprise bowling greens, tennis courts, cricket grounds and football pitches. Pensioners of the firm make full use of the recreation grounds and have a pavilion of their own, which they run as a club. Here a group of pensioners sit in enjoy a quiet game of dominoes in the pavilion.