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Anti-slavery day – 18th October 2021

Modern  slavery is unfortunately, still a very real issue, and one which Severn Trent takes very seriously.

Monday 18th October marks Anti-Slavery Day, designed to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery and to encourage government, local authorities, companies, charities and individuals to do what they can to address the problem.

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Meet Mike and Paul our Managing and Finance Directors

They are the top of the shop for Severn Trent Services, the big cheeses, the ones that make the decisions (well at least they think they do). But how well do we really know the Managing and Finance Directors? Let’s find out by meeting Mike and Paul…

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Read about the Employability scheme at Severn Trent

Employability – It’s September, the summer holidays are over and it’s time for the children to go back to school. Oh and, yes, it’s also the time for us to welcome our new cohort of Employability students from Hereward College for their year-long internships at Severn Trent Centre.

For those of you who don’t know, Employability is an amazing scheme that Severn Trent have been running for six years now (yes, we even managed a truncated version during lockdown), in partnership with Hereward College. It gives students with special educational needs workplace internships, alongside a qualification, so that students can experience work, gain more confidence in the workplace and ultimately help them on the way to starting their career.

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Elizabeth’s walk for Alzheimer’s

Last weekend one of Severn Trent Services’ employees, Elizabeth Parker took part in a 26-mile walk around Stonehenge to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society, alongside her friend Jen. The charity – which is close to both their hearts – set them a target goal of raising £300. The two didn’t just hit the target but smashed it, raising a fantastic £1,200 between them.

We managed to ask Elizabeth a few questions about the walk;

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