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Support from our MP

Posted by Chloe Bennett on 11th July 2011

Trade Skills 4U were recently commended by Henry Smith MP for their work and contribution to meeting the UK’s green targets. The 17th June 2011, saw the UK's leading electrical training provider, Trade Skills 4U; officially launch its renewable energy training centre. This new addition, complete with a range of purpose built facilities, enjoyed a celebratory opening where numerous guests, gathered to gain an insight in this fast-emerging industry.

Henry Smith MP officially opened the centre with help from national hero, Simon Weston O.B.E, by revealing a plaque that was created in honour of the occasion. He spoke about the great work Trade Skills 4U are doing as a business and in their campaign to introduce green energy training to Crawley, West Sussex.

Mr Smith has written to the company since expressing his upmost support. “I was pleased to have the opportunity earlier today to pay tribute to the work of Trade Skills 4U in the House of Commons during Questions to the Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change. Please always be assured of my assistance now and in the future.”

Trade Skills 4U are very proud to be affiliated with Henry Smith MP and the work he has done for Crawley and the Manor Royal Business Park.  The company hopes to maintain this valuable relationship and will continue to support Mr Smith with his future campaigns.

 

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