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PUBLISHED: 00:36 08 December 2001 | UPDATED: 10:59 03 March 2010

SUFFOLK employers have received recognition for their work with the education sector.

The businesses, presented with awards at Ipswich Town Football Club by the Suffolk Education Business Partnership, were:

Anglia Care Trust (Chantry High); Asda, Stowmarket (Wood Ley CP); Birds Eye Walls (Fen Park and Northfield St Nicholas primary and Benjamin Britten, The Denes and Kirkley Community high schools); Booker Cash & Carry (Benjamin Britten, The Denes and Kirkley Community high); British Power International (Downing Primary);

BTexact Technologies (Farlingaye and Kesgrave high and Nacton primary);

Cannon Avent Group (Clare Middle); English Heritag

By Lynn Abbott

SUFFOLK employers have received recognition for their work with the education sector.

The businesses, presented with awards at Ipswich Town Football Club by the Suffolk Education Business Partnership, were:

Anglia Care Trust (Chantry High); Asda, Stowmarket (Wood Ley CP); Birds Eye Walls (Fen Park and Northfield St Nicholas primary and Benjamin Britten, The Denes and Kirkley Community high schools); Booker Cash & Carry (Benjamin Britten, The Denes and Kirkley Community high); British Power International (Downing Primary);

BTexact Technologies (Farlingaye and Kesgrave high and Nacton primary);

Cannon Avent Group (Clare Middle); English Heritage (professional placement award); Greenways Countryside Project (Parkside Unit); Harris – Grampian Country Pork (Stowmarket High); Harrod UK (Benjamin Britten, The Denes and Kirkley Community high);

Ipswich Borough Council (Belstead School); Ipswich & Norwich Co-op (Orwell and Chantry high); Kingfisher Leisure (Tudor CEVCP); The Princes Trust and associated companies (Oultron Broad primary); Screenprint Plus (Lothingland Middle); Topshop/Topman (Thurston Community College); Unilever Bestfoods (Needham Market Middle); Waveney Contract Services (Old Warren House).


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