Supply Chain Apprentices Nominated for Historic Angels Awards
Conlon Construction have recently helped one of their suppliers on Heaton Hall, an NWCH project, to receive nominations for the prestigious Historic Angels awards.
James Thorpe are a local 5th generation family joinery business, who have carried out all of the heritage joinery repairs and restoration at the hall.
Neil Conlon said “Always keen to promote apprenticeships and localism, Conlon and James Thorpe have worked together for nearly two years over four phases at Heaton Hall. These nominations are an excellent reflection of our focus on the local supply chain including training and education.”
The two apprentices Joe Dunning and Michael Bourne have been nominated for Best Recording of a Historic Place and Best Apprentice on a Heritage Project respectively. Shortlists will be announced mid July with the awards ceremony held at the palace Theatre London on the evening of 20th November 2017.