Autumn/Winter News 201519th November 2015
After a busy Spring in the Wooldridge office, Summer has come to an end and Autumn has arrived, with 2016 just around the corner!
We are delighted to congratulate the marriage of Heronsbrook’s group Land Director, Ben King and his bride Noelle Doukas. The beautiful wedding ceremony, which took place on Saturday 8th August, was held at Saint John’s church in Windlesham followed by the reception at Twelve Oaks. We also congratulate the new Mrs Heather Pead in accounts and her husband David for their wedding earlier in the year, along with Eva Mitchell from accounts and her husband Lee.
The Wooldridge Group team continues to be rapidly expand with new additions Cherry Bristow and Jamie Squire along with the birth of many babies. We would like to congratulate Craig Sidley and his wife on the birth of Blake in January, Robin Mills for the birth of baby Jude in early March and Steven Walker for the arrival of baby Connor. We’d also like to congratulate Dean Keeler, who works for Heronsbrook and is the proud new father of Luke Keeler. A new member of the Wooldridge family was born, little Aurelia is the sixth Grandchild to Brian Wooldridge and arrived earlier this year. Finally, we would like to congratulate Jamie Squire for the safe arrival of his baby girl Georgia who was born 18th November. Our list of expecting parents is also increasing with Eva Mitchell who is expecting the birth of her baby in January 2016 and our Commercial Director Charlie Wooldridge and his partner who are expecting an arrival in late April 2016.
The Keeler family, that has 6 members who work within the Wooldridge group, have shared that Joshua Keeler has passed his excavation operator test at the age of 17. It is believed that Joshua could be one of the youngest people in England with this Licence. Congratulations Joshua and the Keeler Family!
The Wooldridge cycling squad is also expanding with many members ditching their cars and cycling to work. Anna Gripenstedt completed the Ride 100 in London, cycling 100 miles in 6 hours 20 minutes, raising around 400 pounds for Centre point and CLIC Sargent. Well done Anna!
We are delighted that Wooldridge Contractors have just received the accolade of a Green Card from Berkley Head of Health and Safety for ensuring all procedures are followed and our staff are compliant in all aspects of Health Safety. Go Wooldridge!