On the 29th May 2022, Chelveston Renewable Energy had a visit of 30 personnel who arrived from NJ USA , landing at RAF Mildenhall, the site has regular visits from American personnel and families of those that served at Chelveston when the site was an American airbase.
this was organised by Ian D. White, Vice President, 305th BGMA UK-EU
In partnership with Peter Brotherhood, Wykes Engineering opened its doors for a visit from Peter Brotherhood apprentices. The visit was designed to give real world insight in to power generation technologies and further cement the apprentices knowledge and appreciation of the power industry.
Onsite Plant Manager Tim Presland and Project Engineer Chris Glastonbury were on hand to oversee the visit, answering questions and detailing the processes along the way.
The visit was a success with many of the apprentices asking questions and eager to know more.
In the UK there are currently 5.4 million people receiving treatment for Asthma with 1.1 million being children( 1 in 11), and 4.3 million being adults(1 in 12). Unfortunately along with these statistics 3 people every day also die from the condition.
Our very own Robert Taylor is running the London Marathon this year in support of Asthma UK, a charity close to his heart. So please help us show our support and visit Robert’s JustGiving Page in the link below, to read more about his story and to find out how you can donate.
A great opportunity had recently arisen to send one of our own Senior Mechanical Engineers to the Northampton University.They were tasked with delivering a presentation on the future of blending renewable technology and delivering a more stable and sustainable contribution to the UK’s Power needs.
The presentation was delivered to current first year BSc students of the Northampton University and members of Northants Engineering Training Partnership(NETP).
The presentation was a resounding success with many students keen on taking in the Northants Engineering Training Partnership(NETP), and taking up work placements the following year to gain vital experience required for a bright and successful career.
In September staff took part in “The Great Wykes Bake Off” in Aid of the Macmillan Coffee Morning
Each department was challenged with baking a “show stopping edible delight” that would be competing against the other departments.
The winner was the ADMIN department with Chelsea’s very impressive 3 tiered master piece!
It was an amazing effort by all and thank you to everyone who baked cakes to raise funds and came along to the Macmillian Coffee Morning.
The total raised was a £1,000.