Picture of Jo Withers, Principal of Harrow College, apprentices Ryan and Monica along with members from Iver United Charities sitting at a table.

Three of our extraordinary apprentices have each been awarded a £200 cheque from Iver United Charities to support their training.

The grants are an income generated from a £100 bequest made locally in the Eighteenth Century to support apprentices at the time and we appreciate how the charity has kindly supported our apprentices over a number of years.

Many thanks to Mr Robert Penn, Reverend Robert Gooding, and Mrs Debbie L’Angellier for presenting the cheques to our apprentices.

Our recipients are:

Monica, a Level 3 Assistant Accountant working at Carter Thermal Industries Group.

Monica being awarded a £200 cheque from Iver United Charities

Ryan, a Level 3 Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician, who is undertaking his apprenticeship with KCE FM Limited. Ryan being awarded a £200 cheque from Iver United Charities

Harry, a Level 4 Construction Site Engineering Technician, who works at P Colohan & Co. Ltd.

The grants awarded make a real difference in supporting our apprentices throughout their apprenticeships and we are very grateful for Iver United Charities’ continued support.