I was born in 1958... 2 years before the company changed hands... by right the only name I should know this place as was Burma Castrol... yet I have always referred and still do the Fletcher Millers.... I never even knew what the company did... it was always referred to as Fletcher Miller and I must have heard it mentioned by that name that often it as stuck.
Fletcher Millers was an oil refinery - Duncan's Dad worked there for 33 years and during the war he wasn't drafted out as it was a reserved occupation that was essential and considered important enough to exempt the workers from military service. He was in the Home Guard instead but that's another story.
Below is a silver platter he received for loyal service. Sorry about the quality but it was difficult to photograph due to being highly polished. (I kept getting myself mirrored in the picture ,haha) !