Heard the one about the PLA
Dave was recently on holiday with his wife in Alsancak, northern Cyprus, and was enjoying a meal
The walls were covered in paper made from press cuttings.
Dave said: “I couldn’t believe it. What are the chances of being
Dave, who’s now in his 27th year
Oddly, Eddie says he’s had lots
He joked that he’s slowly getting to grips with his wall-based fame. “How funny to be part of a restaurant’s decor,”he said.
“I knew this would happen one
Despite news of Eddie’s
An inflatable launch for ropes knotting and a wealth of PLA expertise attracted a lot of interest to our stand at Skills London 2016.
The annual careers fair, for 15 to 24 year olds, sees hundreds of organisations offer free jobs advice and demonstrations specific to a wide range of industries.
Many of our departments (and partner organisations such as Thames Skills Academy and Tideway) including Marine Services, Hydrographic and HR, had staff on hand to offer guidance and answer questions.
Head of HR operations Gary Holdforth said: “It went extremely well and our demonstrations attracted many visitors who were keen to find out more about us and the work we do on the Thames.”
Port of London Authority, London River House, Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, Kent DA12 2BG. +44 (0) 1474 562200
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