Jade Joins Operations at Russells

A new member of the team at Burton-based Russell Roof Tiles is the latest to benefit from the company’s commitment to nurturing talent. Jade Hugill, 26, from Swadlincote, has joined Russell Roof Tiles as a Business Support Administrator at its Wetmore Lane


Derby-based project managers, cost consultants and building surveyors Armsons are providing quantity surveying services for the redevelopment of Repton School’s sports facilities. Armsons has a long-standing partnership with Repton School and has worked with them on various projects over the past 15

Olympian inspires village school children

Swimmer Jazmin Carlin who won two silver medals at the 2016 Summer Olympics was guest of honour at Roade Primary School thanks to Persimmon Homes Midlands and the company’s partnership with Team GB. Pupils were able to ask Jazz questions about her

J Tomlinson starts work on latest school development

Contractor J Tomlinson has begun work on a scheme to build a new classroom block at Marriott Primary School in Leicester. The company was awarded a design and build contract by Leicester City Council to develop the new two-storey, four-classroom modular building

President Franklin Roosevelt’s great granddaughter to continue the legacy of cooperation between Nottinghamshire and the Roosevelt family

Established in 1946 the Nottingham Roosevelt scholarship has provided over 150 young professionals in Nottinghamshire with the opportunity to undertake a research project in the United States.   Sarah Schoonmaker, a great grand-daughter of President Franklin Roosevelt said “I am delighted to

From high in the sky to underground – G F Tomlinson supports firefighters with rescue training across Nottingham

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) has been working in partnership with Midlands contractor G F Tomlinson, using tunnels beneath Nottingham Castle and scaling tower cranes at the University of Nottingham for rescue training. 30 firefighters from London Road, Highfields and Newark

Over 5,900 employees benefit from free skills training in Greater Lincolnshire

Over 5,900 people in Greater Lincolnshire have benefited from free skills training through a programme to support businesses in upskilling employees, raising productivity and boosting business growth. Since the £9 million Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) fund was made available last