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Mersey firms help raise £80,000 in Zero to Hero corporate challenge

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Merseyside youth charity Fairbridge has announced that its annual Zero to Hero corporate challenge has raised £80,000 this year. In all eight teams took part in the Zero to Hero challenge: Bibby Line Group, Cammell Laird, Brabners, Hill Dickinson, Nat West, Addleshaw Goddard, Barclays and… Continue reading

Cammell Laird apprentices triumph over corporate giants in charity challenge

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A group of teenage apprentices at Cammell Laird shipyard have confounded expectations by winning a charity fundraising challenge beating some of the biggest names on the corporate scene. Last night (March 18) guests at youth charity Fairbridge’s Zero to Hero Awards at the Liverpool Marina were… Continue reading

Cammell Laird apprenticeship programme lauded at Awards ceremony

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Cammell Laird helped fly the flag for Merseyside business this week at the National Apprenticeship Service Awards North West finals at Manchester’s Midland Hotel. The world famous shipyard and engineering firm beat off stiff competition from many businesses across the North West to be named in the… Continue reading

Cammell Laird named Business of the Year at Wirral Business Awards

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Cammell Laird’s contribution to the Merseyside economy and wider maritime industry has been recognised at a prestigious regional business awards ceremony. Cammell Laird was crowned Business of the Year (50+ employees) at the 2013 Wirral Business Awards, the business friendly council area where it… Continue reading

Ministry of Defence awards Cammell Laird five year Royal Fleet Auxiliary cluster contract extension

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The Ministry of Defence has extended its Royal Fleet Auxiliary through life support ‘cluster’ contract with Birkenhead based shipyard and engineering firm Cammell Laird it announced today (December 2). The agreement will see Cammell Laird continue its maintenance contract for 9 ships of the RFA… Continue reading