Cyril Shingler worked at several Stoke factories. He joined Royal Worcester, worked in the pattern room, then was appointed curator preparing the Museum for the opening by Princess Elizabeth in 1951. Henry Sandon succeeded him in 1966 and they moved the collection to the old St. Peters school. Cyril retired to Davenham, where he celebrated his centenary, but at age 99 he was presented to the Queen when she visited the Museum.

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