Neville Joinery last week handed over this flower shelf made for the Neville Funerals service chapel at Luton. Kerry of Neville Funerals had suggested the addition of a new piece of furniture to be a focal point for customers who use the chapel to display tributes.
The Neville Joinery team brought it to life and Neville Funerals say that the results are impressive. Simon (pictured with Kerry) played a major role in its creation. Great job and well done Simon!
The Joinery Management Team has moved out of their office space inside the Joinery workshop and into a separate plush new suite. Joinery Director Sandy says: “the team think it’s a huge improvement”. It’s a great environment – clean and bright with air conditioning – recently refurbished by their sister company Neville Special Projects. Mick, who was Neville’s first apprentice of the year in 1975 says that it’s odd not to hear the noise of the machines but he’s quickly getti
As Callum nears the end of his first year of his apprenticeship, we caught up with him to reflect on his recent months as an apprentice at Neville Joinery.
“This apprenticeship has given me the chance to do something I feel passionate about - I love doing this type of work and have always wanted to do it, and working as an apprentice in Neville Joinery has allowed me to do that! My mum has always said pursue what you want to do in life and here I can do exactly that!