BMH appoints two new apprentices
Tuesday, 19 July 2022 at 13:30:00 UTC
Two apprentices join British Motor Heritage
British Motor Heritage (BMH) has taken on two new apprentices, who will attend the Heritage Skills Academy’s coachwork course.
Responding to the need to bring on new and younger employees to continue BMH’s work producing body panels and shells, the company has appointed Matt Williams and Kieron Trumper.
British Motor Heritage’s Managing Director Graham Payne said: ‘We have been immensely impressed by our two new recruits. Keen footballer Matt Williams loves working on cars, so is in his element as part of our team that builds E-Type bonnets for JLR Classic Parts, while proven classic car enthusiast Kieron Trumper is equally eager to learn from our uniquely skilled band of craftsmen.
‘Add the substantial benefits of the HSA course to all that and I have no doubt they will quickly become invaluable members of our tight-knit team.’