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Billy Adams wins again

A Kirklees Council Building Services apprentice joiner has won second place in a local government award scheme, shortly after winning the APSE Apprentice of the Year for ‘Male Building Skills.’

Award-winning apprentice Billy Adams

Award-winning apprentice Billy Adams

Billy Adams, aged 20, from Halifax, won his latest award in this year’s ‘Make a Difference Awards’ in the category ‘Young Employee of the Year.’

Cllr Peter McBride, Cabinet member for Regeneration said: “Billy is an outstanding employee and a role model for all apprentices, willing to go the extra mile and ready to help co-workers in different trades when the need arises. He is also a wonderful ambassador for apprenticeships, young people and the council.”

The ‘Make a Difference’ awards celebrate the achievements and successes of the local authorities in Yorkshire and Humber.


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