Jenna has achieved her Level 2 qualification in Business Administration and has progressed onto the Level 3 advanced course.
Yorkshire Coast College have commended Jenna for her exceptionally high standard of work, they had the following to say, “Jenna has shown great maturity when taking on new challenges.
Well done to all who took part, the work that the Hare Voluntary Service Group do in the local area is extremely important and all members should be highly commended for their part in it.
The weather was glorious; however the conditions were slightly tough due to some wind.
Rajesh took part in the National Archery Championship representing Tamilnadu State (of which Chennai is the capital).
The event was organised by the Field Archery Association of India and took place in Kadappa, Andhra Pradesh over a 4-day period.
Thank you to all who attended and special thanks to Kloeckner Metals and Marcus Hall for their continued support of the event.
This audit was on the 10 Fenchurch Avenue Project and was based around the following areas: respecting the community, protecting the environment, securing everyone’s safety and valuing the workforce.
Well done to all on the project for upholding these values.
The event was organised for 3 schools to attend, but members of the public were also in attendance.
Sian provided activities for the different range of age groups, including dressing up as an engineer, ‘find the fib’ – a lift the flap game about engineering facts and following the design of No.1 Spinningfields through from calculation to model to shop to site.
This William Hare project was chosen in particular as it is situated in close proximity to the Museum and is complete – the people who took part could see the building itself on their way home from the event.