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Wessex honours top six

HVCA immediate past president Graham Manly presented the Wessex Training Awards during a ceremony held at the Rose Bowl, Southampton.
Wessex honours top six
This year’s roll of honour comprised: Matthew Moore of Wessex Building Services (chairman’s special award); James Lambden of Wessex Building Services (advanced apprentice award, industrial/commercial heating and ventilation); Ben Lee of Wessex Building Services (intermediate apprentice award, industrial/commercial heating and ventilation); Wendy Steward of Southampton City Council (junior apprentice award, plumbing); Anthony Hale of Aura Gas (adult existing worker/adult trainee award, gas installation); and Daniel Vaughan of Debut (advanced apprentice award, electrotechnical). The Wessex Training Awards were organised by HVCA subsidiary Building Engineering Services Training (BEST) and sponsored by Pegler Yorkshire.
20 March 2011

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