Naylor provides Westminster input

Lisa Silcock from Cawthorne based pipe manufacturer Naylor provided input to a Parliamentary select committee on 17 May.

The committee meeting took place at the Houses of Parliament and covered the education of those aged 16 and over- specifically addressing the question as to how young adults can be given employability skills. Lisa’s input was from the perspective of a privately owned manufacturing business.

The photograph shows Lisa with constituency MP Miriam Cates.




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