Press Release – Lewis Cocksedge win recognised

Press Release – Lewis Cocksedge win recognised
In the recent BFP business awards Lewis
Cocksedge, an apprentice at the malting
and malted Ingredients Company Muntons,
took the honours in the Apprentice Trainee
of the year category, sponsored by WS
Training. TV presenter Penny Smith
presented the award at the black tie awards
ceremony held in the Apex, Bury St.
Edmunds on the 10th October.
In recognition of the achievement Alan
Ridealgh Managing Director of Muntons
presented Lewis with a cheque from the company as a token of
appreciation for winning the award. Alan said “This is a real
testament to Lewis’s work ethic and I am pleased that this was
recognised by the judges. Lewis just gets on with the job and his
positive attitude to work is appreciated by all of his colleagues.
Well done.”
The award recognised the diversity and entrepreneurial talent
from people employed within businesses around the Bury St
Edmunds region. Lewis is employed as an engineering
apprentice at Muntons, based in Stowmarket Suffolk.
Upon hearing the announcement that he had won the award,
Lewis commented “It’s amazing, I never set out to impress
anyone, I just get on and do as I am asked. It was wonderful to
be recognised in this way”
Andy Clark, Muntons Site Engineering Manager, said “To me,
this is clear recognition of Lewis’ interest and passion in
engineering, something that Lewis demonstrated even before
he joined the company. It underlines Muntons commitment to
a sustainable engineering pipeline.”
Muntons plc
Cedars Maltings, Stowmarket Suffolk IP14 2AG
T: +44 (0) 1449 618300 F: +44 (0) 1449 677800 W: muntons.com
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