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Marshall-Tufflex supports Sparks Apprentice Electrician 2012

Competitors vying for the top spot in the Sparks Apprentice Electrician of the Year 2012 made use of cable management products donated by Marshall-Tufflex.

Left to right: Sandra Everett (Senior Marketing Manager of Trade+ at Screwfix), Tony Cable, Matthew Hague and TV personality Craig Phillips

The Hastings-based company supplied conduit and mini/maxi trunking for the competition; the finals of which were held last month.

Six young apprentice electricians were in the running for the accolade having won their respective regional finals: Josh Sharp (South West regional winner from Bridgwater College); Matt Hague (South East regional winner,); Sam Henshaw (Midlands regional winner, Leicester College); Jacob Graham (North West regional winner, Harrogate College) Mitchell Farleigh (Wales regional winner, Cardiff College) and Zak Wormald (North East regional winner, Harlepool College). Matt Hague was announced the overall winner.

“As a British manufacturer we feel it is really important to support and encourage young people in the industry,” said Jeremy Dodge, Marshall-Tufflex Head of Marketing and Technical Services. “Apprentice electricians are the future of the sector and it is great to see that so many are keen to put themselves forward for this competition and demonstrate the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in it. We congratulate all those who entered the contest.”

As the winner, Matt Hague received £1,000 worth of Electricfix vouchers, a cut-glass trophy, a Certificate of Achievement, tools and workwear. His college, Amersham and Wycombe College, also benefitted by receiving £500 worth of Electricfix vouchers.

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