Bower Fuller apprentices

EAST Anglia-based mechanical and electrical contractor Bower Fuller has recruited four new apprentices to further strengthen its directly employed team of site staff.

EAST Anglia-based mechanical and electrical contractor Bower Fuller has recruited four new apprentices to further strengthen its directly employed team of site staff.

The four new apprentices from Ipswich and Felixstowe include: Aaron Chenery, 17, who was educated at Holbrook High School and joins as an apprentice plumber; James Walton, 18, who went to Deben High School in Felixstowe and joins as an apprentice pipefitter and apprentice electricians Stefan Bysouth, 19, educated at Stoke High School and Craig Rust, 16, who has just left East Bergholt High School.

Managing director Robin Green said: “These new appointments are in-line with our overall business objective of developing our own directly employed staff. I am very pleased to welcome our new apprentices to the business and I look forward to seeing them acquire and develop the skills required in our industry during their career with Bower Fuller.”


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