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npower employees get set for the 10k fun-run in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

npower workers get running for charity

A hundred npower employees have taken part in the 10k run round Tudor Grange Park in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Colin Jackson and Erin Boag joined npower's workforce in Solihull as part of Macmillan Coffee Morning

Strictly stars salsa their way to Solihull for charity event

Olympic hurdler Colin Jackson reunited with his professional dance partner Erin Boag to strut their stuff at Solihull’s branch of npower

npower launches new sales hub in Solihull

NPOWER has announced the creation of a retail marketing and domestic sales hub at its Princes Way site.

npower team from Solihull tackle Ben Nevis in fund raising climb

AN ambitious team of npower colleagues will be lacing up their hiking boots and tackling Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain, in support of Cancer Research UK.

Solihull-based npower named as one of the UK's top employers

SOLIHULL-based npower has been named one of Britain’s Top Employers in a survey of hundreds of leading organisations.

Royal encounter for Solihull businesswoman Rose Gardner

ROSE Gardner, who lives in Solihull, was recently invited to lunch at The Hub Westminster, where she met HRH The Prince of Wales.

Solihull rower Vickie Brown enjoys a fund raising cross Channel cuppa for Macmillan Cancer Support

INTREPID rower Vickie Brown from npower’s Solihull office enjoyed a fund raising cup of coffee mid-channel in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Great British Bake Off winner visits Solihull

GREAT British Bake Off winner, Jo Wheatley, dropped in on a borough business to support Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

Charity run attracts over 100 applicants

OVER 110 npower employees have been racing to reach their £4,000 target in a charity ten kilometre run.

Tea party thank you to Solihull Champions

Solihull’s Environment Champions were thanked by the Mayor and Mayoress of Solihull last week at a re-opening Tea Party celebration following the successful refurbishment of Crabtree Hall.

Power up for fund raising

SOLIHULL’s npower offices stepped out in style for Macmillan Cancer Support and raised a staggering £2,500.

Staff take on run challenge

RUNNING to make a difference - that’s a group of workers from npower in Solihull who are in training to run a fund-raising charity race in March.

Making light of change

RECENTLY a card arrived from the Royal Mail telling me that a parcel awaited me at the delivery office.

'A day I will never forget'

TEN budding Freddie Flintoffs at a Chelmsley Wood school received an early Christmas present when they got to play with a host of cricketing stars.

Staff power up for school wildlife area

VOLUNTEERS from energy company npower and pupils from Monkspath J&I school have joined Solihull Park Rangers to transform an area of their school grounds into a wildlife area.

Youngsters in superb form

YOUNG Solihull athletes put February’s dismal weather behind them as they finally completed the 2009 npower Regional Athletics Competition for Disabled Athletes last week.

Credit card spreee ends behind bars for npower worker

A WORKER at npower’s offices in Solihull who used a company credit card to pay for goods and services worth £157,000 has been jailed for two years.

Young pupils on the climate beat

DESPITE some of the coldest conditions in the past few decades, Solihull’s Our Lady of the Wayside Catholic Primary School came out in force to become the next generation of ’Climate Cops’.

Cancer cash boost is cream in their coffee

STAFF at the npower offices in Solihull are delighted by news that the company is to donate £108,000 to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Lots to cheer in turbulent year

THE only contender to sum up 2008 in a word is ‘RECESSION’.


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