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Goodbye Mr Kierton...

Goodbye Mr Kierton...

Over £1500 raised for the Railway Benefit Fund at his final farewell party


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On Friday 29th June we bid farewell to David Kierton, Director Business Collaboration, who has retired from the business after 26 years service.

David held his goodbye party at the Crewe Alexandra Football Club. Over 150 attended the event - both past and present employees and customers - to say farewell and thank him for his support over the years.

Instead of accepting gifts, David chose to run a charity raffle to mark the occasion, raising money for The Railway Benefit Fund, a charity that David has been a long time supporter of during his career, giving his time and energy to provide support and awareness.

We are delighted to announce that the raffle raised over £1500 for this excellent charity.

We would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to David for all of his hard work, commitment and support and we wish him all the very best for the future.

(David Kierton and Graham Jackson are pictured above presenting the cheque to Emma Cooper from the Railway Benefit Fund).

 




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Laura Bennett

Marketing Communications Manager

I am the Marketing Communications Manager for Unipart Rail based across Crewe and Doncaster. I cover both Traction & Rolling Stock and Infrastructure so my role is extremely varied and interesting which I love! I am passionate about Marketing and Digital and am always on the lookout for new ideas, innovations and technologies.

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