Property Care Association awards 2010

Blimey! On Friday night, at the awards in London, I was presented with a ‘Highly Commended’ award in the PCA training category.

It was a good night, spent at Lords Cricket ground with the great and the good of the preservation industry.  Guest speaker was the superb batsman Alex Stewart, who scored over 8000 runs for England in his career.

The general consensus in the room was that this year is starting to look better and maybe at last we can put the recession behind us.

Bryan Hindle (right),  shows off Brick-Tie Preservation's training award at the PCA dinner in London

If you fancy learning more about preservation, consider the wide range of training courses which the PCA offer. The training is high quality and very reasonably priced – it’s certainly been of enormous benefit to me and my staff.

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