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Summary of items featured in this section
Honorary Consul for Japan in Wales
Information from the Counter Terrorism Awareness Advisor - North Wales Police
News from Adrian Waine, Photography for Industry
Growth Track 360 Campaign
Extract from Daily Post Business Section
Cooperate Quiz Night - Venue Cymru
Lord Mostyn new NWBC President
The new Honorary Consul for Japan in Wales, Keith M Dunn OBE was appointed on 1st January 2017 in succession to Hugh Thomas who had been in post for over 20 years.
The appointment was made by the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs.
In his capacity as Honorary Consul Keith will be providing support for Japanese companies in Wales , promoting understanding of Japan and overseeing cultural events.
Following an exchange of correspondence with the Honorary Consul I have , on behalf of the Club, offered warm congratulations on his appointment and at his request I append his contact details for Club members for possible future use.
Keith M Dunn OBE
Honorary Consul of Japan
18 Stow Park Circle
South Wales NP20 4HF
For full information and contact details please follow this link to their Project Griffin flyer:- Counter Terrorism Project Griffin
Here’s one got those photographs which needs to be pondered for a while.
What is it ? Where is It ? Is it a natural phenomena or man made ? Just how big is it ?
On first impressions, it might remind you of the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland, but nothing quite so romantic or fanciful I’m afraid. Its a view down the inside of a chemical hose.
Having spent two days with hose manufacturer W.E.C. (Leeds) creating a library of new images for marketing applications, this shot was one that almost got away! Spotting an off cut destined for the trash, I noticed the pattern of internal hoops which could look quite funky with a light shining in from the other end.
This is exactly what happened and resulted in red, blue and yellow versions. With red appearing to have the most power, I subsequently entered the photograph into this year’s EEF Manufacturing Competition to feature British Manufacturing. LUCKY ME ! I’ve been nominated and Shortlisted for an award. The awards evening will take place at the House of Commons on December 14th, 2016. An exhibition of shortlisted photographs will be displayed followed by awards. Respective clients are also invited to attend.
** Please note my new email address: firstname.lastname@example.org **
Adrian Waine, Photography for Industry: Sparkling Images for Business & Industry
Tel: 0151 356 3855
Shortlisted in the EEF 2015 and 2016 "Made in Britain" Photo Competitions
CSCS registered by the Construction Industry Training Board
Member Chemicals North West
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16 Humber Road,Great Sutton,Ellesmere Port, Cheshire CH66 2SH
There was tremendous support from Barclays Bank and individual thanks must go to our own Jean Barlow and Kathryn Morgan -Jones of St David's who worked tirelessly to ensure everything ran smoothly .
Teams entered from across North Wales and we are already considering whether we can make this an annual event.
The winners on the evening were a team from Bone & Payne.
MC and Quizmaster was the Welsh Rugby international Rupert Moon to whom we offer our grateful thanks for running things in fine style.
Lord Mostyn (R) with NWBC Chairman David W Williams (L)
The Club are delighted and honoured to announce that the 7th Baron Mostyn has accepted our invitation to become President of the Club, succeeding the late Lady Iris Brierley.
Many members of the Club will have attended our recent dinner when the formal announcement was made and Lord Mostyn said a few words of acceptance. It is very appropriate that Lord Mostyn’s late grandfather, the 5th Baron Mostyn, was also President and as a Club we are very proud of this continuing Mostyn association.
Lord Mostyn succeeded to the hereditary title in 2011 and has taken great and practical interest and management in the continuing development of Mostyn Estates where he is life tenant of the estate. He has also involved himself in many community and charity projects in North Wales and largely bases himself at the historic family seat of the Mostyn family, Mostyn Hall in Flintshire.