Many of these photographs are copies that were kindly donated by Roche Products Ltd to the 'Where Do You Think We Worked?' project. Taken during the War years they reveal how Roche's offices in Broadwater Road became the home of the 4th Hertfordshire Battalion Home Guard. Betty W started work aged 15 years when WWII was on. She was employed at Roche as a junior office worker and felt lucky to get a job at such a well thought of company. She remembers two of the Directors well - "lovely gentlemen - Mr. Henry and Mr Charles. Miss Tovey also made quite an impression on me being the Company Secretary, 'a charming lady'. I was so young and inexperienced at life that three such charming and kind people made a great impression on me, being 'from the sticks' as it were, that I clearly remember those three with pleasure. I think they were Swiss." Betty was paid 25 shillings a week, with some paid holidays. Although there was a canteen Betty went home for her lunch - there was also a lady who came around with a trolley each day with tea. Of the social facilities on offer Betty got involved in the Eileen Fowler keep fit programme. It being war-time she remembered the outside of the building being painted using camouflage paint (as the building was originally white ) - "we young girls flirted with the young boys who were helping with the painting!" However timekeeping was strict and "one did not chat with fellow workers, in spite of this, or perhaps because of it, it was a happy place to work". Betty stayed at Roche until she was 18 when she joined the forces.