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Apprenticeships - the story so far.

15/03/2016

Apprenticeships - the story so far.

It's National Apprenticeship Week and we've invited our apprentices - Jamie and John - to tell us more about why they chose the apprenticeship route and how they are finding it so far.

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Lives Lived Lives Lost

24/11/2015

Lives Lived Lives Lost

The official opening of a Memorial Garden at The National Coal Mining Museum of England took place earlier this month.

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New project will play its tune in Kidderminster

09/10/2015

New project will play its tune in Kidderminster

We are delighted to announce details of a new project which will see Chris Brammall collaborate with three other Cumbria based businesses and fly the county flag in Kidderminster.

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A Corner of Eden

08/04/2015

A Corner of Eden

Private commissions are a Chris Brammall speciality and sit at the very heart of our business. We've had the pleasure of enhancing some beautiful homes around Cumbria and recently designed a balustrade for a property in the Eden Valley.

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Out and about during English Tourism Week

18/03/2015

Out and about during English Tourism Week

If you're out and about supporting English Tourism Week (14 - 22 March) #ETW15 you might just come across a Chris Brammall project - many of which can be found at visitor centres and museums up and down the Country.

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04/03/2015

Celebrating World Book Day....without fancy dress!

As World Book Day approaches it seems like a timely opportunity to share details of the 'Books to Birds' project we designed, manufactured and installed at Dowdales School, Dalton-in-Furness, Cumbria.

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Chris Brammall is the talk of the playground

28/01/2015

Chris Brammall is the talk of the playground

This week we featured in the local paper with a great project commissioned by a primary school.

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