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
A quiet and unassuming man, Mark Coupe doesn’t much like to talk about himself. The senior engineer, who spends his days leading the team responsible for lights, mirrors, wipers and wash systems at NTCE, prefers to just go about his life. For Mark, helping others and playing an active role in the
VOLUNTEERING in the community can be exciting and entertaining and it’s almost always rewarding. For Neil Balderson though, it’s literally a matter of life and death. Neil, a Senior Engineer at NTCE, is chairman of Northamptonshire Search and Rescue – one of 36 teams of dedicated and expert
NISSAN is this month celebrating the 20th anniversary of the debut of one of its most iconic features – the much-loved ‘curry hook’. The dashboard hook first appeared on the Nissan Almera compact family hatchback in March 1996, as a way of keeping hand bags or shopping bags upright. It was
THE PRINCE’S Palace of Monaco has taken delivery of two all-electric, zero emission Nissan e-NV200s, marking an important step in the Palace’s commitment to reducing its environmental impact. Received by the Sovereign Prince of Monaco, H.S.H. Prince Albert II at a handover ceremony held at the