This month we were honoured with a visit by the recently appointed High Sheriff of Clwyd, Mr Henry Dixon. The role of High Sheriff maintains a strong tradition that stretches back for 1,000 years and signifies the connection between the crown and the local community. Henry has been spending time getting to know the people and places in the region since his appointment, and due to his strong background in engineering he was keen to see Nu Instruments.
The High Sheriff was accompanied by his wife and also by the Mayor and Mayoress (who are previous visitors to Nu Instruments!). Furthermore, senior figures from Wrexham Council were also present. The visitors kept the Nu Instruments team busy with a host of technical questions and suggestions, and all had an enjoyable time.
Several of the Nu Instruments team were also invited to join the High Sheriff and Mayor for lunch at St Joseph’s School, an extremely well regarded local school that was recently rated as ‘outstanding’ in each category during their most recent inspection. Headteacher Mrs Rimmer hosted an invigorating discussion about education and the requirements of businesses in the Wrexham region. We hope that this starts a new chapter of Nu Instruments’ greater involvement in the local community.
Our sincerest thanks go to Richard Clayton for the photograph.
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