It’s a scenario every parent fears – having a child diagnosed with cancer. But that’s exactly the situation Gillian Dixon of NMUK found herself in when one of her twin sons, Matthew, was diagnosed with leukaemia shortly before his fourth birthday. Three years of intensive chemotherapy, fear
When Carlos Sanjuan Pastoriza started suffering vision problems and had unexpected seizures back in October 2013, he thought nothing of it. But when doctors diagnosed the NMUK employee with a brain tumour on his right optic nerve, the news turned the 37-year-old’s life upside down as he endured a
Many families of soldiers fighting overseas always dread a phone call saying a loved one has been killed in action. But for NMGB Sales Director Tony Lewis and his wife Sandi that sadly became a reality when their son Conrad was killed in Afghanistan while serving in the Parachute Regiment in
Rugby fan Ian Blackman has managed has taken his love of the game and its values to the next level by helping to train the next generation of players at his local club. The 40 year-old, who manages the Total Customer Satisfaction team at NTCE in Cranfield first became involved Milton Keynes Rugby
Running 200 metres with the Olympic Torch will be no problem for Charles Lavington, a seat design engineer at NTCE in Cranfield. The super fit 38 year-old loves a sporting challenge and they’re usually a little more demanding than carrying the Olympic flame through the streets of Belo Horizonte.
MAGGIE Orme has become a bit of a mother figure to colleagues at NTCE. An admin officer in the purchasing department, she’s always quick to lend a co-worker a hand and to offer advice and support where needed. But it’s her commitment to charity and her tireless efforts organising fundraising
MOST parents would put their feet up and enjoy some peace and quiet when given a break from the kids. But the thought of relaxing with a cuppa couldn’t be further from the mind of father-of-three Mark Pagett when he gets some downtime. Instead, Mark, an engineer at NTCE in Cranfield, spends his