Sunny

Sunny

max temp: 2°C

min temp: -2°C

Search

BT Adastral Park welcomes 107 new graduates to Martlesham Heath during induction week

PUBLISHED: 14:45 16 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:08 16 October 2017

Professor Tim Whitley, managing director of research and Innovation and  Adastral Park (fifth left) with some of the new graduate recruits joining BT. Picture: MARK KEMPTON

Professor Tim Whitley, managing director of research and Innovation and Adastral Park (fifth left) with some of the new graduate recruits joining BT. Picture: MARK KEMPTON

Archant

BT has welcomed its new intake of 107 graduates at its research and development headquarters at Adastral Park in Martlesham Heath.

The popular graduate scheme with the technology firm featured the new graduates take part in an induction event as part of their welcome week.

Of the group, 63 will continue their work at the BT labs in Martlesham in their roles.

Managing director Professor Tim Whitley said: “Adastral Park is the home of BT’s research and development. Technologies developed here now underpin many of the ways we communicate, transmit data and interact with each other every day.

“I’m delighted to welcome the 2017 intake of graduates. These are exciting times for BT and it is fabulous to see so many high calibre young people joining the company to drive us forward. And it is especially pleasing that so many will join us in Suffolk at our R&D Headquarters.”

A 57-hour weather warning for snow in Suffolk and Norfolk has said that some rural communities could be cut off.

Firefighters tacked two separate blazes in Suffolk on Saturday evening.

A 62-year-old woman reported missing to police who was believed to be in the Norfolk or Suffolk area has returned home, police have said.

The British actress Emma Chambers – known for her roles in The Vicar of Dibley and Notting Hill – has died aged 53.

Suffolk entrepreneurs are being reminded of a major networking event at which Dragons Den star Levi Roots will be offering delegates advice on how to maximise their opportunities.

Volunteers have been out for much of the weekend in the search for missing Suffolk man Paul Moore – nearly three weeks after he was reported missing.

One of East Anglia’s air ambulances caused a stir on Saturday lunchtime after it was called to land near West Suffolk College near the heart of Bury St Edmunds.

Traffic using the junction between the A14 and Nacton Road near Ransomes Europark faced serious delays on Saturday lunchtime after a crash between two vans.

A Suffolk teacher helping deprived children at an Indian “slum school” is embarking on the first recorded hike along the country’s second longest river.

Music and entertainment retailer HMV has returned to Ipswich town centre after five weeks away.

Most read

Show Job Lists

Topic pages

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter
MyDate24 MyPhotos24