Hunts trainer expands capacity

TRAINING in Huntingdonshire seems to be thriving in spite of the downturn in sectors of the wider economy. Huntingdon s MP Jonathan Djanogly officially opened Hartford-based West Anglia Training Association Limited s second new training building in five y

TRAINING in Huntingdonshire seems to be thriving in spite of the downturn in sectors of the wider economy.

Huntingdon's MP Jonathan Djanogly officially opened Hartford-based West Anglia Training Association Limited's second new training building in five years last week.

At the opening of the 'Refectory', WATA managing director, Andrew Christodoulou, pictured, left, with the MP, said: "WATA was formed over 30 years ago, and since then we have trained and developed thousands of people and helped them to achieve. What we do here is important and we are proud of it.


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