Hampshire MP Ranil Jayawardena last week visited our specialist joinery workshop in Basingstoke, to see first-hand the skills of our young apprentices. As a company, we are proud of our background of supporting apprenticeships, which, over the years have only strengthened our reputation for quality. Whilst honing their abilities in joinery and cabinetry, these trainees are simultaneously developing a professionalism and eye for detail that will prove invaluable to their careers. Part of our company ethos is to think long term, with a particular focus on building relationships. We can see that future investment from an employer benefits all involved.

Jayawardena commented on his visit, ‘Apprenticeships are vitally important to our economy and society, giving young people the skills and opportunities to work hard and do well. The firm has a proud record of supporting apprentices, having taken on promising young people for more than 40 years, giving them the opportunity to earn while they learn.’

‘Increasing the number of construction apprentices is incredibly important to local industry and it is great to see an example of a business in the area offering their support in training the next generation.’

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