James' work at Sellafield helps him make a positive difference to the UK.
Peter’s career with Kimberly-Clark has opened up lots of exciting opportunities, and he is keen to give something back to the business before his retirement.
After working for a number of blue-chip companies in the UK, Rob is delighted to take over the reins at Kimberly-Clark in Barrow.
Andrew and his family are loving life in Cumbria after relocating to the county from Essex.
Caroline’s home city of Carlisle is the perfect base for her to pursue an interesting career and enjoy an excellent work/life balance.
Julian has never regretted her decision to return to Cumbria to take on a job at Cartmell Shepherd, the law firm she describes as “the best” in Cumbria.
Hayley hopes to be a qualified nurse in the future after completing her apprenticeship at Furness General Hospital.
Becca has gained a real insight into a career in healthcare while working towards her apprenticeship.
Chris is embarking on a “big adventure” after relocating to Cumbria to take charge of Furness Building Society.
Former apprentice Katie is pursuing a promising career in HR with support from Langdale.
Kathryn swapped her hectic city lifestyle for an improved work/life balance in her hometown of Kendal.
Cameron is confident that an apprenticeship at Burlington Stone will put him on the right path to a bright career.
Sue has made a career of training apprentices at Kimberly-Clark while maintaining a great work/life balance in Cumbria.
After retiring from Kimberly-Clark after almost 40 years, Bob looks back at his proudest achievements.
As Terry prepares to retire from Burlington Stone, he shares some of the highlights from a long and successful career.