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Dagenham apprentice plumbers celebrated at awards ceremony

PUBLISHED: 12:04 30 July 2013

The awards ceremony at the Choice Plumbing Training Centre. L-R: Bradley Staines, Bob Maw, Paul Mandla, Jake Webb, Rob Tye, Mubeen Bhikhi and Jeanette Griffith.

The awards ceremony at the Choice Plumbing Training Centre. L-R: Bradley Staines, Bob Maw, Paul Mandla, Jake Webb, Rob Tye, Mubeen Bhikhi and Jeanette Griffith.

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The achievements of a group of apprentice plumbers were celebrated at an awards ceremony last week.

The Choice Plumbing Training Centre held their inaugural ceremony on Friday to recognise the hard work of its 16-19 year-old students.

Staff at the centre, in Wantz Road, Dagenham said they wanted to finish the term by celebrating the achievements of the budding plumbers who have received training there.

The organisation, set up last year, tries to help young people into long-term careers.

Among the awards dished out were for the most improved student, named as Bradley Staines, and best apprentice, which Paul Mandla scooped.


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