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Industrial Shot Blasters

We require x4 industrial shot blasters to work on the Sizewell site, you will need to have had clearance previously to allow you on site. Must be willing to work long hours and flexible with working hours Pay rate depending on experience Please send CV’s to paul@pspersonnelltd.co.uk or call 01493 330338

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Anglia Skills Academy Award Winning Evening

Anglia Skills Academy Award Winning Evening

13th November 2010

Anglia Skills Academy scooped the Great New Business Award at the Spirit of Enterprise Awards in Great Yarmouth on Friday, 12 November 2010.

Now in its 4th year, the Spirit of Enterprise Awards is the premier event in Great Yarmouth's annual business calendar. Growing bigger and better every year, it has to date welcomed a multitude of award entries from businesses that are proud to house their enterprises in the Great Yarmouth area.

Working hand-in-hand with local businesses and industry bodies, the Awards were introduced in 2007 to encourage, support and offer credible recognition to Great Yarmouth's most successful and resilient businesses. The Award ceremony was a fantastic opportunity to mark the successes achieved by individuals and companies, no matter how large or small, and celebrate the contributions they had made to the town's economy.

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