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Cammell Laird donation helps Wirral care home raise £98,000 for ambitious redevelopment

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Cammell Laird has delivered a vital boost to a Wirral care home undergoing an ambitious £98,000 upgrade. The Birkenhead marine and engineering services company has pledged £18,000 to Meadowcroft respite home in Spital Road, Bromborough, run by the charity Age UK Wirral. Cammell Laird has also… Continue reading

Sir David Attenborough visits Cammell Laird for historic keel laying

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Cammell Laird today held one of the biggest ceremonies in its illustrious history when Sir David Attenborough joined more than 1000 people for the keel laying of the new £150million polar research vessel. Construction was officially started by the world-renowned naturalist and broadcaster, after… Continue reading

RRS SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH LAUNCH JULY 14

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On July 14 2018 between midday and 1300 hours Cammell Laird will launch the RRS Sir David Attenborough polar ship. Please help us celebrate this important and historic milestone. The best public viewing points for the slipway launch, which will see 10,000 tonnes of steel hit the Mersey, are the… Continue reading

Strong 2020 for Cammell Laird With Docks and Workshops in Continuous Use

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Cammell Laird has reported a strong 2020 despite the challenges of Covid-19 – with its construction hall, workshops and dry docks in continuous use since the start of the year. Speaking about operating during a global pandemic, the CEO of Cammell Laird, David McGinley said: “Despite the… Continue reading

Cammell Laird apprentices build HMS Birkenhead memorial

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A memorial has been unveiled in Birkenhead dedicated to the victims of one of the worst maritime disasters of the 19th century. HMS Birkenhead, a steam frigate built by John Laird’s shipbuilders in Birkenhead, sank off the coast of Gansbaai, South Africa on February 26 in 1852. Out of 638 people… Continue reading