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Diss woman amongst apprentice of the year winners

PUBLISHED: 14:00 18 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:00 18 September 2018

John Myers, Lt. Col John Hanson and Charlotte Hughes with British Army Award for Intermediate Apprentice of the Year winner Chloe Ludkin. Picture: Monro PR

John Myers, Lt. Col John Hanson and Charlotte Hughes with British Army Award for Intermediate Apprentice of the Year winner Chloe Ludkin. Picture: Monro PR

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A Diss woman is celebrating after being named one of the regional winners in the National Apprenticeship Awards 2018.

Chloe Ludkin who was named the British Army Award for Intermediate Apprentice of the Year winner. Picture: Monro PRChloe Ludkin who was named the British Army Award for Intermediate Apprentice of the Year winner. Picture: Monro PR

Chloe Ludkin was named East of England winner of the British Army Award for Intermediate Apprentice of the Year at a ceremony at Newmarket Racecourse.

Ludkin, who works for flavour and fragrance solutions company Treatt, which has its headquarters at Bury St Edmunds, was amongst 16 winners and highly commended employers and apprentices from across a range of industries including healthcare, hospitality, e-commerce and local government.

She said: “It was a very special moment for me when I heard my name announced as the winner of this award. Since I joined Treatt as an apprentice, I have been given so many incredible opportunities, each one bringing new skills to help me develop to a professional level.

“The apprenticeship stood out to me through the nature of the role and working for the flavour industry sounded particularly exciting.”


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